Doing Everything I Can To Get You SSDI After A Denial
If you received a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) denial, you have the right to file an appeal. You may feel exhausted and stressed at the mere thought of another round of this battle. Fortunately, you do not have to take on this fight by yourself.
I can help you. At my law firm, Law Office of Meryl Anne Spat, I work with clients in the Stamford area to help them obtain the benefits that they deserve. With more than 30 years of experience and more than 10,000 cases under my belt, you have an attorney who understands exactly what it takes to appeal your Social Security Disability claim successfully.
What Makes An Appeal Successful?
There are several ways that you and I can strengthen your appeal and give it the best chance we can. The first is to facilitate good communication with your primary care physician. This is crucial, as your doctor’s notes can make or break an SSDI claim. We will carefully gather every document available to us to establish your disability for the court.
Also important is your willingness to communicate and to let me educate you about the SSDI process. Taking the time to learn about disability claims can prove critical not only for your appeal but also for your future SSDI needs.
More Than 100 Cases Taken To Federal Court
I am admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit. This means that I have experience appealing denied claims to the highest level of federal court in Connecticut. It is rare for a Social Security Disability attorney to be willing to take a case to federal court due to the time, effort and knowledge of case law required. I am committed to helping my clients obtain the benefits that I know they need and deserve.
Don’t Accept A Denial – Do Get My Help
You are not alone in this overwhelming world of bureaucracy. Reach out to me at Law Office of Meryl Anne Spat, and I can be your ally throughout the appeals process. You can schedule an initial consultation about SSDI appeals by calling my Waterbury office at 203-463-4034 or by using my online contact form.