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Appealing A Disability Denial

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The vast majority of social security disability applications are denied at the first level. This does not mean that you are not entitled to disability benefits. It simply means that an initial decision has been rendered on your case and you have the legal right to dispute it. In most states, disputing it means taking your claim to the hearing level and presenting your case in front of an Administrative Law Judge. Join Scott Daniels, a disability lawyer in New York, as he discusses how to properly handle a denial.

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