Business Network Ohio
Companies:28,607
Products and Services:463
Articles and publications:100
Tenders & Vacancies:6

Makridis Irene Attorney At Law
Information may not be reliable

If you want to discuss your Appeal rights, give us a call and schedule a FREE OFFICE CONSULTATION in one of our office locations listed below.
Address183 W Market St Warren, OH 44481-1022
Phone(330) 394-1587
Websitewww.makridis-law.com
Do you or your child suffer from a physical or psychological disability? Have you been denied social security benefits within the past sixty (60) days? You have the right to ask for an Appeal and question the decision Social Security made on your case.
The Social Security appeals process is very stressful and lengthy (between 2 to 3 years). Also, the requirements for Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are very stringent and complicated. The services and assistance of an experienced social security attorney can make a difference between winning or losing your disability claim.
Social security disability claims are won or lost on the medical records provided to the Social Security Administration. When you appoint us to represent you, we will go to work immediately on your behalf and start gathering your medical records as quickly as possible. Our goal is to try to shorten the lengthy appeal process by providing the timely submission of your appeal requests and complete medical records to the Social Security Administration.
We concentrate on SSD and SSI claims. We will work closely with you throughout your appeal, and oversee that all the medical information, that is so crucial to your social security claim, is timely gathered and submitted for review. You will benefit from our experience and high success rate. No attorney fee unless you win.
If you want to discuss your Appeal rights, give us a call and schedule a FREE OFFICE CONSULTATION in one of our office locations listed below. We will meet with you and answer all your questions. Or, if you prefer to speak with us on the telephone, please do not hesitate to call, and schedule a FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATION. Of course, you may also E-MAIL us by filling out the form on the "CONTACT US" page of this website, and we will be in touch with you shortly. The Makridis Law Firm LLC is looking forward to assisting you with your Appeal.
Please continue reading to learn more about the potential four (4) stages of appeal that you may have to pursue:
1. Reconsideration: A review of the initial denial of your claim.
2. Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearing: A review of the Reconsideration decision by an Administrative Law Judge in the Office of Hearings and Appeals in your area.
3. Appeals Council Review: A review of the ALJ's decision by the Appeals Council in the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
4. Federal Court Civil Action: A review of the Appeal Council's decision or their denial of your request for review by the U. S. District Court for the area where you live.
HOW TO REQUEST AN APPEAL: Your request must be in writing. We will help you fill out the special Appeal form for either a Reconsideration, a Hearing, or an Appeals Council review.
YOU HAVE 60 DAYS TO APPEAL: You have 60 days after you receive the notice of your denial to ask for any type of Appeal. If you do not appeal on time, your case may be dismissed. This means that you may have to reapply for benefits and start the process all over again. So time is of the essence.
WHERE AND WHEN YOUR ALJ HEARING IS HELD: The Administrative Law Judge usually holds the hearing within 75 miles of your home, approximately 24 (2 years) after you request a hearing by an Administrative Law Judge.
THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE HEARING: You may bring witnesses along to testify on your behalf at the hearing. In addition, the Administrative Law Judge may have a doctor and/or a vocational expert come to your hearing to testify about your disabilities and their impact on your ability to work. You and the witnesses must answer all questions under oath. The hearing is informal but is recorded.
AFTER THE HEARING: The Administrative Law Judge reviews all the evidence and issues a written decision. The decision or dismissal order will be mailed to you approximately 3 to 4 months after the hearing.
Serving: Ohio - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - West Virginia

SOCIAL SECURITY : PERSONAL INJURY : BANKRUPTCY : Contact Us : Attorney Profile : Resource Links

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

Rating:

Related items:

Forcht, Melan Attorney At Law
Information may not be reliable
Unique resolutions for every client. Call 419-517-4277 today for a free initial consultation with Sylvania, Ohio bankruptcy and family law attorney
  • 5703 Main St Suite B Sylvania, OH 43560
  • (419) 517-4277
Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law
Information may not be reliable
Kruger & Hodges, the experienced personal injury lawyer in Middletown, Ohio, or another part of Ohio.
  • 300 N Main St Ste 375
  • +1 (513) 805-9841
Matthew Hawley Attorney at Law
Information may not be reliable
Matthew Hawley Attorney at Law specializes in the most reliable legal services for Wakeman, OH and the surrounding areas. Call 440-839-2751 today.
  • 59 A East Main St Wakeman, OH 44889-
  • (888) 645-6291
Thomas B Scott Attorney At Law
Information may not be reliable
Thomas B. Scott, Attorney at Law is an experienced trial lawyer who will vigorously protect your rights during all stages of arrest, trial and
  • 130 W 2nd St Ste 2100 Dayton, OH 45402-1505
  • (937) 228-0894
Henderhan Wendi A Attorney At Law
Information may not be reliable
Wendi A. Henderhan, Attorney At Law, offers a variety of legal service including estate planning, bankruptcy cases, dissolution of marriage,
  • 826 N Memorial Dr Lancaster, OH 43130-2567
  • (740) 361-6518
×