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Appealing Denied Claims

Disability Lawyers Serving Southaven and Hernando

At Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman PLLC, we understand you've jumped through many hoops trying to secure Social Security Disability benefits (SSD/SSDI). You may feel a sense of hopelessness not knowing if you will ever secure the benefits you need to make ends meet. We aren't here to sugarcoat what we can do for you, but we are here to provide you with real answers.

If your SSD/SSDI claim was initially denied and is at the reconsideration stage, you can request to have a hearing before an administrative law judge. This is the first opportunity for your case to be presented directly to the person responsible to decide if you qualify for disability benefits.

Contact our social security attorneys today at (662) 222-0597. We also serve Olive Branch, Horn Lake, and all of North Mississippi.

Experienced in Securing Favorable Resolutions at Administrative Hearings

For 54 years of combined years, we have been able to secure favorable resolutions for many of our clients at this stage. You can feel confident facing this time of uncertainty with our experience on your side.

The administrative hearing is a critical step in your journey to secure SSDI/SSD benefits. We are fully prepared to present your case with the right medical evidence illustrating the extent of your disability. Contact our lawyers in Southaven for a free consultation to learn how we can maximize your chances of securing disability benefits.

Help Handling Your SSDI Or SSI Appeal

Our work in helping you secure disability benefits begins long before your hearing in front of an administrative law judge. We will take the time to make sure we have the right medical evidence illustrating a clear picture of your disability. We will work with your medical doctor and may have you see additional specialists who can provide an honest assessment of your medical condition.

Before the hearing, we are available to address your concerns and hear any additional information you may have about your condition or attempts to rejoin the workforce. We want you to feel confident knowing we will be a united front explaining to the administrative law judge why you need disability benefits.

Administrative Law Hearings

The administrative law hearings are private and fairly informal. During the administrative hearing:

  • We will present your medical records
  • A medical expert or vocational expert could be asked to testify to help determine if your claim is valid
  • The administrative law judge will likely ask you questions about your medical condition

This is a prime opportunity for the judge to hear how your disability has threatened your ability to work. We will make sure you feel prepared for this opportunity to present your case in front of a real person who will make a ruling on your case.

The best investment you can make is to select an SSD/SSDI attorney highly experienced in handling denied claims. We know what it takes to present your claim with the right evidence illustrating the extent of your medical condition.

When experience matters, contact Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman PLLC for a free initial consultation. Contact us through our online form or by calling (662) 222-0597.

The Representation You Need

  • Each case works off contingency fees. This means that you pay nothing unless we recover for your case.
  • Our team has extensive trial experience. We believe that a jury of twelve fellow citizens is the fairest way ever devised to get you the justice you deserve.
  • When you talk, we listen. Our attorneys treat each and every client's case as unique and provide you personalized care.
  • Our firm is the joining of two legacy practices. Together we bring over 100 years of combined experience to each and every case we handle.

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