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    Do You Want Another Chance to Get Life-Changing Disability Benefits?

    When you were counting on Social Security Disability benefits to restore stability to your life after health problems pushed you out of work, getting denied for benefits can make you feel hopeless.

    But all hope is not lost.

    In fact, most people who apply for benefits are denied Social Security Disability.

    For many, it’s when you appeal the denial that you finally win the monthly income and Medicare or Medicaid health coverage you need to move forward after the disruption of major health problems.

    NOTICE: Don’t Wait. Once You Receive Your Denial Letter, You Have 60 Days to Start Your Appeal

    Appealing a denial of Social Security Disability benefits isn’t easy. It’s more complicated than applying in the first place.

    Here’s how to make it easier for you: Get an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer.

    Tim Geary, a disability attorney serving the Fox Valley and Northeast Wisconsin, has helped thousands of people over more than 20 years.

    At Geary Disability Law, you can be confident your appeal is being handled right, so you can focus on your health and the things that matter most to you.

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    Your Social Security Disability Appeal

    Most people who apply for Social Security Disability benefits are denied. Many people try over and over, getting turned down again and again.

    I’m Tim Geary of Geary Disability Law.

    Instead of reapplying, you should appeal your denial with an experienced attorney. Your time to appeal is limited, so call us today to talk about your case.

    Steps to Appealing Your Social Security Disability Denial

    Social Security gives you multiple chances to change a decision about refusing your benefits. Here are the steps:

    • File for Reconsideration: When your Social Security Disability is denied the first time, you can update the information in your claim and ask for a fresh review from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Your lawyer can study why your claim was denied the first time and seek to correct the problem.
    • Go to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearing: Frankly, most people get denied again on reconsideration. So next you ask an ALJ to review your case. This is your chance to explain directly to someone at the SSA why you need benefits. It can be your best chance at gaining approval.
    • Take Your Claim to the Appeals Council: If you’re denied Social Security Disability after a hearing, you can ask a team inside Social Security called the Appeals Council to review the decision from the disability judge. This requires examining the judge’s ruling to point out faults, something your lawyer can do.
    • Suing in Federal Court: If Social Security refuses your benefits at every step, your next option is going to the US District Court to argue why the SSA was wrong. Geary Disability Law can review your situation and recommend your best course for representation at the federal level.

    So you were denied Social Security Disability. Now what? Our disability law firm can give you an idea of what it will take to appeal your Social Security Disability denial and get you another chance at life-changing benefits.

    You don’t pay anything for an initial evaluation of your claim.

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    What Does Geary Disability Law Do for My Appeal?

    You have a lot at stake when you’re appealing a denial of Social Security Disability benefits: your financial future and peace of mind.

    Geary Disability Law takes this seriously.

    We want to listen to you, understand your health problems, and discover the best way to tell Social Security the story of why you need benefits.

    In fact, you will always get the chance to speak directly with Disability Attorney Tim Geary and meet him in person to prepare for your hearing.

    This is what you can expect from Geary Disability:

    • You’ll meet your lawyer in person to help you get ready and feel confident for your hearing.
    • Your lawyer will know how to work with our local Wisconsin Social Security offices and judges.
    • When you need to ask the right questions and make the right arguments during your hearing, you’ll benefit from Tim’s past experience handling jury trials.
    • You’ll learn about strategies for when you need, and don’t need, to bring your own witnesses.
    • You’ll know that someone skilled is writing your legal briefs, organizing your evidence, and making sure your needs are heard.

    Meeting and talking to people is one of the reasons Tim Geary got into this type of law. To make a strong case for you, there’s no substitute for getting to know you face to face.

    When you’re appealing, you can even increase your chances of winning benefits by working with a disability lawyer. A report from the US Government Accountability Office found that people were almost three times more likely to be awarded benefits when they had a representative at their hearings.

    And you pay no attorney fees until you win benefits.

    Get support for your claim, so you can get through this difficult time and rest easier.

    Call Us Now!

    Social Security Disability FAQs

    It’s only natural for you to have many questions when your life has been disrupted by health problems and you need financial assistance. Get started on your path forward with our answers to some of the questions we hear most often:

    DISABILITY FAQs

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