Long-Term Disability

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Do I Have to Exhaust All Levels of Appeal When My Long-Term Disability Claim Is Denied?

Many people give up on their application for disability benefits if it gets denied because they do not think that an appeal will be successful. In reality, many of the people who eventually get disability benefits had to go through at least one appeal before the Social Security Administration (SSA) finally awarded their benefits and retroactive benefits.

If your long-term disability claim has been denied, you should exhaust as many levels of appeal as it takes because your appeal can matter, and you can also get an award of the past-due benefits you missed out on because of the denial. A

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