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Reconsideration is the first step in an SSDI appeal

An initial claim for social security disability benefits is usually denied in Indiana. Accompanying the denial will be a letter specifying the reason(s) for the denial. For those who disagree with the decision, there is an appeal procedure. Social Security must receive a written request within 60 days of the claimant's receipt of the letter or the denial will stand.

Avoid these mistakes when applying for SSDI benefits

If you have a serious health condition that makes you unable to work, you may want to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance. SSDI benefits can give you the financial support you need without an occupation. If you are looking to apply for these benefits, it is important to know a few things before submitting your application.

How to react after a benefit application is denied

Many Social Security Disability claims filed by Indiana residents are denied at the initial application level. However, this doesn't mean that an applicant is not entitled to benefits. An individual will need to submit an appeal within 60 days of the denial notice being received. An additional five days may also be available to account for mailing the appeal paperwork.

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