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Michigan Attorney For Social Security Disability Denial Appeal

By gotdenied-administration-April 22, 2015

Timing is very critical when you have been denied for Social Security Disability. You only have 60 days to file for an appeal. If you miss the 60 day window, you may have to re-apply for Social Security Disability, however, other factors such as your Date Last Insured could limit your ability to re-apply for Social Security Disability, meaning an appeal may be your only hope. If your credits have run out, which usually occurs five years after you stop working, you may have problems applying for Social Security Disability. The Alleged Onset Date you use may have a critical impact on your ability to apply for Social Security Disability, this is affected by your Date Last Insured and your credits running out. Many times a new application is not an option, and the only way to preserve your ability for Social Security Disability is by appealing the denial, and requesting a hearing before a judge.

If you would like more information on appealing a Social Security Disability denial, you can call the Law Offices of William Biebuyck PLLC toll free at 855-846-8336, or leave your information in the information box on the Home page, and we will promptly call you back.
Our office can file an appeal of a Social Security Disability denial at no cost.