What is the Effect of Filing a DIB Appeal?
What is the effect of filing a DIB appeal? That is a critical question that you must consider closely if your application for Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB) has been denied.
Due to new laws, people who file a DIB appeal may not file another new application for DIB if they have a current case going through the appeals process. Such individuals may submit a new application once the DIB appeal has been denied, unless they appeal that decision as well, in which case they must wait until that appeals process is concluded.
If you choose not to appeal your DIB denial, you may file a new application for benefits, but there are potential drawbacks to this approach. By choosing to file a new application for Disability Insurance Benefits, you may lose out on your benefits backdated to the time you filed your initial application. You may also have a much harder time winning your new case. The Social Security Administration may use your prior denial against you unless your physical and/or mental disabilities have grown more serious in nature.
Speak With An Experienced DIB Attorney Today
Call (734) 485-7000 to speak with Disability Insurance Benefits attorney at William C Babut PC. Our attorneys have represented thousands of clients in DIB cases. Your best bet may very likely be a strong appeal. We will take time to understand the nature of your injuries, gather necessary evidence on your behalf and make a compelling argument on your behalf to receive the benefits you need and deserve.
We offer a free consultation to discuss your case. We can help you make an informed decision about how to best proceed with your case. Our skilled Social Security Disability lawyers are committed to providing the quality legal representation you need.
Contact Our Skilled Social Security Disability Lawyers
If your application for Disability Insurance Benefits has been denied, let us put our experience to work for you. If you need to speak with a Michigan Social Security Disability attorney, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. We have law offices in Ypsilanti, Jackson, Taylor and Adrian, Michigan. For assistance, call (734) 485-7000 or contact us by email.