The reality is that the majority of claims for California Social Security Disability are denied. There could be several different reasons why a claim may be denied, for example — being injured at work. However, this rejection does not mean that you are not entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD). You will need to strategize and counter this rejection by the Social Security Administration in order to attempt to receive the benefits you deserve. Read on to see why a person who has been denied SSD benefits can still recover these in the future.
The lawyers at Kampf, Schiavone and Associates have over 150 years of combined experience with Social Security disability cases. If you have researched Social Security benefits at all, you know that the process can be quite complex. Put our skill-set to work for you to aid and guide you through this complicated and sometimes tedious process.
The goal of SSD is to financially help those and their families who are affected negatively by disability. Sometimes, the financial aid provided by the government can make a world of difference to those struggling with an illness or disability. If your claim has been previously denied, it could have been an error with the paperwork. Therefore, it does not necessarily mean that the disability or illness was the factor that caused the denial of the request.
Allow yourself to be open to the possibility of receiving social security disability after a workplace injury. Just think what the aid could mean for you and your family. It may be time to consult with a professional who can better guide you through the process of applying for SSD. It is good to know that we have a contingency fee policy which may ease your mind before contacting us.