Denied Disability | Coffee County Lawyer

If you have a disabling condition and have received a denial letter from the Social Security Administration, Cathy G. Conley, Attorney at Law, is here to help. With offices in Tullahoma and McMinnville, Tennessee, our law firm is dedicated to protecting clients' rights in the claim reconsideration and disability appeals process.

Denied Benefits? Do Not Give Up Hope.

Receiving an SSDI claim denial from the government is not a reason to give up hope. Many people with valid, serious disabilities are shocked to receive a denial letter from the SSA. The vast majority of initial applications are denied. Frequently, a disabled worker knows the extent of his or her injury, but is unfamiliar with how the SSA analyzes disability claims. We understand the pain you are suffering. Moreover, we know how to associate your symptoms and the medical evidence with the definitions of disability under the law.

If you have been denied disability benefits, it is vital for you to contact an experienced Social Security Disability Insurance lawyer as soon as possible. The timeline to appeal an adverse decision is short.

Turn To An Experienced Coffee County SSDI Lawyer For Decisive Action

An attorney with deep knowledge of the SSDI claims and appeals process can review your application and help guide you in supplementing your claim to better match the requirements recognized by the SSA. At the initial application stage, the doctors and examiners who review the record have never seen the patient. Many valid claims are denied as a result of deficiencies in the information provided to the SSA.

Our law firm has served middle Tennessee for more than 25 years, and we know how to review your claim. Determining the potential deficiencies in an application and what may need to be done differently to strengthen your case are clear strengths of our firm.

We have experience guiding SSDI applicants through the multi-step appeals process after a claim has been denied, with effective results. There are several possible steps in the appeals process:

  • A request for reconsideration of an adverse decision performed by different examiners
  • A hearing before a Social Security administrative law judge
  • An appeal to the Social Security Appeals Council
  • Federal court action

If you qualify for SSDI benefits, our deep knowledge of the SSDI eligibility requirements can be invaluable to helping you obtain the benefits you have earned. We do not provide false hope to individuals who have been denied for legitimate reasons.

Reach Out To A Skilled SSDI Appeals Lawyer Serving Middle Tennessee

We are resourceful in obtaining the medical evidence and skilled in preparing appeals to strengthen your case. Call 931-841-9918 or send us an email to arrange a confidential consultation with an experienced SSDI appeals lawyer.