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Denied at the Federal Court and starting over

Posted by Madeline M. McIntosh | Mar 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

At the Federal Court level the judge reviews your disability claim, all prior appeals and your medical evidence. A judgment is made as to whether you meet Social Security's definition of eligibility for disability.

If the Federal Court denies your claim you have gone as far as you can with your current Application.

You are able to start over again with a new Application at this point. If your condition during this appeal process has worsened or there's been a meaningful change in your impairment, all the more reason to reapply. 

A Disability Attorney can ease the process of starting all over again significantly, and assist you in this process. We are happy to help you in your re-Application process, and there isn't a fee unless you are successful.

This blog is intended for information purposes only and does not establish legal representation or financial guidance.

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Madeline M. McIntosh

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