July 26, 2011
Why Did I Get Denied My Social Security Disability Benefits When the Guy Down the Street Got Them Right Away?
If you only knew how many times Indianapolis Social Security disability lawyers like Scott Lewis have heard this very question. There are many different aspects to a Social Security disability claim and no one case is exactly like another one. While there may not be a clear cut answer to why some Indiana residents find a Social Security disability check in their hands before another person, in Indiana disability attorney Scott Lewis’ experience, there may be a few reasons this can happen and it can include, but is not limited to:
- Good medical records. Comprehensive medical records outlining and detailing a disabling medical condition may be the key to a quick favorable outcome in a Social Security disability claim.
- Prior work experience, age, and education. In the Social Security Administration’s approval process they determine your ability to work with your disabling condition while looking at age, education, and prior work experience.
- All disabilities are different and can create different barriers to employment. While some disabilities may be visually evident, other disabilities like mental disorders may not be visible to the naked eye.
- The guy down the street may be luckier than you. That’s right, he may have been evaluated by someone in the Social Security Administration that was more lenient on granting disability claims. Believe it or not, actual people look at your claim and make a determination.
The above are the thoughts and experiences of Scott D. Lewis, and other Social Security disability attorneys or representatives may have different experiences with the Social Security Administration (SSA). If you have been denied your Indiana Social Security disability benefits and believe it was an unfair decision, contact attorney Scott Lewis for a free case evaluation.
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Author: Scott Lewis