Experienced Disability Lawyers

Fight To Obtain Your Benefits

The people who apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits often do so out of necessity to pay their bills and other costs of living. When their application ends in denial, many people give up too soon. What people often do not know is that they have the right to appeal their denial.

At the Law Offices of Gregory Beckwith, we help clients throughout the Indianapolis metro with their SSDI and SSI applications and appeals. When the Social Security Administration (SSA) decides not to approve your application, we are proud to act on your behalf to secure the benefits you rightfully deserve through all stages of appeal.

Fighting For You To The Very End

There are multiple levels of appeal that an applicant can go through to get the benefits they need. We have decades of experience guiding clients through all stages of appeal, including:

  1. Reconsideration – You request another person in the SSA to reconsider the application, which also allows you to add new information.
  2. Administrative law judge (ALJ) hearing – You must appear before a judge to seek the benefits you need.
  3. SSA Appeals Council review – The Council may decide that the ALJ’s findings were accurate and not grant review. If they decline to review or you disagree with their findings, you can proceed to the final stage.
  4. Federal court claims – A U.S. District Court judge will review all the information leading up to this point and determine if the SSA’s decision was reasonable or not.

When a client comes to us for help, we do everything in our power to help them reach the outcome they deserve in their application and fight for the rights when a claim is denied.

“No” May Not Be The Final Answer

If you recently received a denial in response to your SSDI or SSI application, you do not have to give up. You can schedule your free initial consultation with our Indiana attorneys by calling 463-271-7760 or emailing us here. The sooner you reach out to us, the sooner we can begin fighting for you, so call today.