San Diego Social Security Disability Appeals

About 60 percent of initial applications for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are denied. Of those who file for reconsideration, the next stage in the appeals process, approximately 80 percent are denied a second time. And the chance of successfully obtaining benefits at the hearing stage is roughly 50/50. Statistically claimants who are represented by an attorney win a good deal more often that those who are not represented.

Based in San Diego, Kathleen E. Holden, APC, offers skilled Social Security Disability representation to clients throughout San Diego County. As a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives (NOSSCR) and an attorney since 1999, Kathleen Holden has the skill and knowledge to handle even the most complex claims. As your attorney, she will thoroughly gather information for your claim and handle your case personally. She will explain what to expect from the appeals process and hearings, help you prepare, and advocate for you at every step.

San Diego Disability Denial Lawyer And Advocate For You

If you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits, you have a right to request reconsideration and to fight for what you deserve. Your chances of success greatly improve with legal representation.

Attorney Holden has a depth and breadth of understanding of Social Security Disability appeals in San Diego and the surrounding areas.  Her first step will be to work with you to gather proper medical evidence, including medical records and physician's opinions. If your claim is denied at Reconsideration, she will thoroughly prepare for the hearing and advocate for your disability claim before the administrative law judge. She is a skilled attorney who has had successful results at all stages of appeals.

For help with your denied claim, contact Kathleen E. Holden, APC, today at 619-234-3446 or by submitting the online form. Cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you do not pay attorney's fees unless you receive benefits.