SSDI Denials

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Believe it or not, thousands of Washington State residents find themselves wondering how to deal with a denied social security disability insurance claim on a daily basis. This can become more of an urgent headache, however, in the event that your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) application is denied and you are left without benefits that you need. Although your application is denied, however, it does not mean that your case is simply finished with no questions asked. There is always a reason why a claim is denied and the professionals at Gustad Law Group are here to help you address that reason.

How to Deal with a Denied Social Security Disability Insurance Claim

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There are numerous reasons why an insurance claim might be denied, ranging from simple issues like the incorrect filing of paperwork to more complex issues involving a number of factors. Whatever the reason that your claim was denied, we will work with you to get to the source of the problem and help you to resolve it. Once a professional representative from our firm is assigned to your case, we sit down to go over everything from your application to your reason for your denial. We will then decide on the next course of action, which, in some cases, might mean filing an appeal.

Definitions To Be Aware Of

In the event that your insurance claim is denied, it is important that you familiarize yourself with some common terms so that you can understand the full extent of the case and why your claim may have been denied. Some of these more important definitions are:

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If a disability or medical condition has you left you incapacitated and-or unable to work, you may be eligible to receive income supplements through Social Security Disability benefits. SSDIs are paid to qualifying candidates and their families if they have worked and paid into the Social Security program by way of payroll tax for a certain period of time.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Unlike SSDI, which is paid out via Social Security tax revenue, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is funded by general tax revenue. This supplemental insurance pays out benefits to disabled citizens based on their unique financial needs. The program is meant to provide financial assistance to the blind, aged and disabled for essential items like clothing, food and shelter.

The Help You Need, The Benefits You Deserve

No one should feel abandoned or taken advantage of when an insurance claim is denied by the insurance company. The passionate and dedicated SSDI attorneys at Gustad Law are here to help you. We’ll walk you through every step on how to deal with a denied social security disability insurance claim. We will make sure that justice is served and that you get the benefits you need when you need them. Call us today at 206-533-2222 or contact us online for more information. We serve Washington state and have offices in Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma.