What Should You Do if Your
Social Security Disability Claim is Denied?
If you have a valid Social Security Disability claim, you should DEFINITELY appeal and request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
Nearly 70% of disability claims filed in Michigan are denied and a large number of those denials are valid claims which, with proper representation, WILL be paid.
Whether your claim is valid or not depends on a variety of factors including your age, education, work experience and your physical and mental capabilities.
Having an experienced Social Security Disability Attorney handling your case on appeal will greatly increase your chances of success and if you hire Goidosik Morse Disability Law Group there is no fee unless you win.
Quality Social Security Disability Representation Is Critical At The Appellate Level
Many claims are lost at the hearing level because unrepresented (or poorly represented) claimants did not present the necessary evidence to the ALJ. It is critical to the success of a claim to present the best case possible at the hearing level.
The Goidosik Morse Disability Law Group has over 98 Years of Combined Experience Handling Kalamazoo, Battle Creek and Grand Rapids Disability Claims
We will give you a free no obligation consultation and a candid assessment of your chances.
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Are Social Security Disability Claims REALLY Getting More Difficult?
Unfortunately the answer is a definitive yes...
The ALJ approval rate dropped for the fifth straight year in 2014. The ALJ approval rate fell from 63 percent in 2008 to 45 percent in 2014 which means it is more critical than ever to have quality representation in your Social Security Disability claim. The lawyers at Goidosik Morse Disability Law Group have over 95 years of combined experience. With ALJs becoming more conservative in their decisions, even strong cases will sometimes be lost at the ALJ level. Many attorneys will give up at the point or send in a half hearted appeal. In viable cases, Goidosik Morse Disability Law Group vigorously pursues appeals including to Federal District Court.