Your Partner In SSDI Appeals

If your application for Social Security Disability has been denied, I can help you obtain the benefits you need and deserve.
Serving Clients Throughout The Stamford Area

Do Not Take “No” For An Answer From Social Security

It can be a disappointment to get a denial letter from Social Security after you’ve applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Most likely, you need that money to support yourself or your family. You may have thought you prepared the application properly and presented compelling medical evidence from your doctor. The thought of having to continue the battle for benefits, especially in an administrative or court proceeding, may seem overwhelming.

You do not have to take Social Security’s “no” for your final answer, and you do not have to face the appeals process alone. I am attorney Meryl Anne Spat, founder of my firm, the Law Office of Meryl Anne Spat. I represent clients appealing SSDI denials everywhere from Social Security Administrative hearings to the United States District Court, as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

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A Working Partnership Yields The Best Results

To win an SSDI appeal, I work closely with you and with the doctor who is evaluating your medical condition. This partnership is vital to a successful result.

You play a key role in your own case. Preparing to speak with the doctor who is evaluating your disability – and keeping them informed throughout the SSDI appeals process – will reduce confusion and provide your case with critical data that the Social Security Administration will use to determine if a reversal of your denial is warranted. You will have one-on-one interactions with your physician, so being an advocate for your own well-being and future is important to your appeal.

Your doctor needs to understand the facts of your condition and the SSDI denial. They will provide your case with medical details that Social Security will rely on when they look at your appeal. Finally, my role as your attorney is to review and evaluate the medical evidence and construct a legal strategy most likely to convince the judge or other decision-maker that your appeal has merit. I will pursue your appeal with vigor – but I can only fight for you to the degree we successfully collaborate on your case.

My Professional Credentials

Read more about my work history and how I came to focus on SSDI legal matters.

Let Me Put My Experience, Passion And Commitment To Work For You

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At the Law Office of Meryl Anne Spat, I collaborate with you to fight for your disability benefits.