Denied SSD Benefits
Have Your Disability Benefits Been Denied? We Can Help!
Did you know that almost two thirds of all Social Security claims get denied? That's right, you are not alone! With millions of claims that are brought forth to the Florida Division of Disability Determinations each year, the chances of your case being denied are high. There are many reasons cases can be refused and often times, benefits will not be approved until you file at least one appeal. If you have been denied your Social Security benefits, it is important that you work with an attorney to help you receive the benefits you deserve.
Some of the most common reasons why benefits are denied in the first stages are simply a lack of evidence. It is important that anyone applying for Social Security provide adequate evidence and medical records to prove that their case is legitimate. Evidence that your injuries are long term (at least 12 months) and are severe enough that you are unable to perform any amount of work is crucial. Other times, the work you were performing prior to your injury or disability can still be performed but at a modified level. Benefits have been known to be denied for people that do not fully list their impairments as well as compensation that they may be receiving from their employers. If you feel your case is valid and you have still been denied, it is important that you contact an Orlando Social Security Disability lawyer from our firm.
Orlando Social Security Disability Lawyer Fighting for Your Benefits
At the Law Offices of Joseph J. Mancuso, PA, we understand how crucial this time in your life may be. We work hard to assist you in obtaining a quick and favorable outcome so you can move forward with your life. You need to focus on healing, and leave the legal work to us. With the assistance of our firm, you can appeal your denial and begin receiving the benefits that you deserve. Our founding attorney Joseph Mancuso has
over 21 years of experience in assisting Orlando residents and fighting for their rights and Social Security benefits.