Disability Appeals in Oklahoma City

Did you know that approximately 70% of Social Security Disability applicants are initially denied benefits? The sad part about it is that many applicants are not aware of their right to file an appeal. Social Security Disability appeals are an important part of our law firm's practice.

Although your initial claim may have been denied, an attorney at our offices can review the matter to determine how to appeal this decision so you have another opportunity to recover the benefits that are rightfully yours.

Enlist an Oklahoma City Attorney from Law Offices of Stipe & Belote!

At the Law Offices of Stipe & Belote we represent clients in all matters related to Social Security Disability applications and appeals. Most Social Security Disability applications are denied because they are incomplete or are improperly filled out.

They may be missing key information regarding the medical condition that has been diagnosed, the treatment that has already been given or the length of time that the applicant is expected to be unable to work. Gathering sufficient medical documentation is one of the most important parts of filing a disability claim.

Because we understand the ins and outs of the Social Security Administration's operating basis, we can assist you in properly filing an appeal for a claim that has been denied. You may be in danger of never receiving the benefits you deserve if you do not appeal a denied claim. By protecting your legal rights and properly presenting your case in the disability appeals process, an attorney at our firm can greatly increase your chance of securing full benefits.

Call our offices today at (888) 842-1374 to get started.

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