Appeal a Denial

At Charles Bean & Associates, We Can Help.

If you have received a denial letter from the Social Security Administration, you only have sixty (60) days to appeal their decision. Therefore, we recommend you contact our office immediately after receiving that denial letter.


If your initial application was denied, you will need to file a Request for Reconsideration to appeal SSA's decision. This paperwork will ask what medical treatment you underwent since your initial application was filed along with a list of your current medications. Additionally, you will be asked if there has been a change in your condition since your initial application was filed. Our office can help you complete the Request for Reconsideration paperwork if we are hired as your representative.


If you have already filed a Request for Reconsideration and that was denied, you will need to file a Request for Hearing by an Administrative Law Judge to appeal SSA's decision. This paperwork will ask what medical treatment you underwent since your request for reconsideration was filed along with a list of your current medications. Additionally, you will be asked if there has been a change in your condition since your request for reconsideration was filed. Our office can help you complete the Request for Hearing paperwork if we are hired as your representative.

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