Appeals to US District Court (civil)

Woman in Court — Social Security Disability Southfield, MI
Social Security Disability Claim — Social Security Disability Southfield, MI

When Your Appeals for Disability Are Denied

When you’ve applied for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income, and your claim has been denied, it can be disheartening. After the first denial, you can make an appeal directly to the Social Security Administration and the Appeals Council. These appeals can take time and if the Appeals Council continues to deny your claim, you may not know what to do next.
Fortunately, the experienced attorneys at The Law Center can help. If you have a disability and feel you are entitled to Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits, we will fight for your rights to benefits and take your case to the next step in the appeals process.

Appealing to the Federal District Court

If your claim for benefits is denied by the Appeals Council, you can take your case to the U.S. Federal District Court. From the time you receive notice of your claim being denied, you have 60 days to file a complaint with the district court. That’s why you should contact one of our expert disability lawyers as soon as possible.

A Dedicated, Qualified Lawyer

When you come to our office, our skilled lawyers and staff will work with you to file your complaint correctly. We will also prepare the briefs and medical evidence for your case. We will also provide direct, effective representation in court to help ensure you receive the favorable outcome you need. You can depend on our practice’s 50 years of experience to help provide the strong representation you deserve.

Contact Us Today

If your claim for Social Security disability benefits has been denied and you would like to appeal the decision, contact our office today. Our knowledgeable staff will gladly answer your questions and provide a free consultation.