Here's Why Your Social Security Disability Claim Was Denied
The United States doesn't have much of a safety net in place for impoverished or distressed families or individuals. Welfare benefits are continually eroding, yet state officials still do everything in their power to trim their welfare rolls, both as a means of balancing their budgets and as a way of encouraging residents to actively seek work. Many individuals who have been denied welfare feel they have no recourse but to apply for Social Security disability benefits—as a result of which the application process has been clogged with fraudulent, marginal, or overstated claims.
As you might imagine, this makes matters very difficult for individuals who really do need Social Security disability. If you are genuinely unable to work because of a physical or mental disability, you will be competing in the Social Security disability pool with people who have made up their disabilities out of whole cloth, often with the aid of complicit doctors and lawyers. If there is anything the slightest bit awry with your application—a missing medical document, a misstatement about your previous work history, etc.—the Social Security examiner will use this as an excuse to deny your claim, since there isn't enough money in the U.S. Treasury to accommodate anyone who applies to the SSA for benefits.
What can you do to give your SSA application the best possible shot for success? A good first start would be to hire an experienced Social Security disability lawyer. If you are a resident of northern California, and you can no longer work because of your disability, contact the Ledgerwood Law Group today (888-761-7383) to find out what we can do for you!
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