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What Do I Do After A Denied Disability Claim?

The Social Security Administration works hard to prevent applicants from receiving benefits when they are not eligible. This is probably something you approve of since fraudulent claims take funds away from those who truly need them. Nevertheless, the consequence of being so diligent about evaluating each claim is that agents reject many claims that may be valid.

The 4 levels of an SSDI appeal

For Minnesota residents and those across the country who are unable to work due to a disability, the denial of a benefits application can be devastating. Often, it can take a lot of time and effort to properly complete an application for Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI,, and hopes are often dashed when applicants learn that they have been denied. Fortunately, a first-time denial is not necessarily the end of the road.

Avoid self-medicating after an SSDI denial

Living with a disability that essentially makes it impossible for a person to work can be difficult for any Minnesota resident. Though Social Security Disability Insurance benefits could help individuals in this type of situation, not everyone receives approval of their application. As a result, some people may think that they have no hope of receiving benefits after an SSDI denial and could think about self-medicating as a way to deal with their problems, which could have negative effects.

6 Reasons Why Disability Claims Are Denied

If you are suffering from an injury or medical condition that promises to leave you unable to work for at least one year, you likely struggled to figure out how you would make ends meet during that time. This may be especially stressful if your doctor expects your condition to be chronic or to get worse.

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