Was Your Social Security Disability Claim Denied?
More than half of all first-time applicants in Florida are initially denied Social Security Disability benefits, so you are not alone. The Social Security Administration may have said your disability isn’t severe enough, your income is too high, you didn’t supply the proper documents or you are disqualified for other reasons.
Whatever the excuse, all is not lost. You have the right to appeal the decision.
The Law Offices of Cameron D. Simpson, P.A., is a powerful advocate that will stand up to the Social Security Administration and fight for the benefits you need. Our decades of experience in this area of law mean your case is safe in our hands.
The Documents You Need To File An Appeal
If you were denied for medical reasons, you will need to collect information to support your claim. Following are the documents you should you have:
- Any tests or treatments since you first submitted your medical information.
- A list of any doctors and hospitals you have visited. Provide dates, addresses, phone numbers and the treatment you received.
- A list of medications you are currently taking, including prescription and over-the counter. List any side effects and the doctor who prescribed the medication.
- A record of any changes in your medical condition, daily activities, work and education.
- Other supporting documents, including any medical reports, forms or written statements related to your disability.
We Will Handle All The Details For You
If your Social Security Disability claim has been denied, let a lawyer take the legal burden off your shoulders and handle all the details on your behalf. Attorney Cameron Simpson will provide the dedicated assistance you need, never passing your case off to paralegals or assistants.
Contact our firm to set up a free initial consultation by calling 850-659-6512 or filling out our contact form online. We serve people throughout Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, Bay County and Walton County.