How to Win Your Reconsideration Appeal with Social Security Disability
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If Social Security denies your application for disability benefits, you will receive a written denial notice that explains very generally why SSA denied your claim. Your denial letter will also advise you that if you want to appeal and keep your claim alive, you must file a request for reconsideration within 60 days from the date you receive the denial notice.
As I discuss in this video, there are three “must do” tactics you should follow if you hope to win a disability approval with your reconsideration appeal.
First, you must file your appeal on time – 60 days is not a lot of time and you need to protect yourself against delays in the mail or processing delays at Social Security.
Second, the language of your reconsideration appeal must be persuasive and focused on the main issue in your SSDI claim – why you cannot work.
Third, if you can point to a particular listing from SSA’s Blue Book, a grid rule, or medical evidence that speaks to your functional capacity for work, your odds of approval go way up because you will be providing the disability adjudicator exactly what he or she needs to stamp your file as “approved.” #socialsecuritydisabilityappeal #socialsecuritydisabilityprocess #ssdiawardletter
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