Huntsville Denied SSD Claims Lawyers

North Alabama Denied Disability Benefits

Even if your initial Social Security Disability (SSD) claim has been denied, it does not mean that your claim is not valid. You have the right to appeal a denied claim, and although the Social Security Administration will rarely contact a claimant who has been denied to encourage an appeal, you have options under the law.

At Johnston, Moore & Thompson, in Huntsville, we represent clients throughout North Alabama in Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) appeals and hearings. If you have a disease or medical condition that prevents you from working, we can help you resubmit your application with additional medical records for reconsideration by the Social Security Administration. We can also prep you for a one-one-one hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ).

Huntsville Denied SSD Claims Attorneys

The first stage of an appeal is to review all the medical records that the Social Security Administration has used in denying a claim. We will conduct a detailed analysis of those records, compare them to SSA regulations and records, and in nearly every case, we find that records are lacking. In order to bolster an appeal of a denied claim, we will contact doctors and get more detailed records and restrictions.

We will provide a more detailed analysis of how these medical problems affect our client's ability to work. Our lawyers know what judges are going to look for, what the standard of disability is in a case and how to work with doctors to get the necessary letters and information.

Contact Johnson, Moore & Thompson

For a free case evaluation regarding an SSD claim denial, we invite you to contact Johnston, Moore & Thompson to learn more about how we can assist. Call our firm toll free at 888-636-3759 or fill out our online contact form.

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