January 22, 2014
Each year, hundreds of thousands of Americans apply to receive Supplemental Security Income due to a lack of other resources. Large portions of these claims are denied though. This leaves many applicants wondering what the most common Supplemental Security Income Denial Factors are.
In order to receive these benefits, a claimant must first meet three standards. These include having limited amounts of:
If the Social Security Administration decides to deny an individual’s claim based off these factors, the claimant has a right to appeal the decision.
The Supplemental Security Income Attorneys with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin are aware of how complex the appeal process can be. That is why the firm urges anyone who has had a Supplemental Security Income claim denied to speak with a reputable attorney immediately.
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