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SSDI denied claims can be appealed online

Every month many people in Montclair and other parts of New Jersey apply for social security disability benefits. While some of these applicants are successful in their claims, others discover after they have completed the necessary steps that their applications for assistance have been denied. For many, SSDI denied claims are frustrating at best and damaging at worst.

Because SSDI benefits can provide injured and sick workers with the financial support that they need when they are unable to perform their jobs, the denial of a claim can have serious repercussions on the financial health of an individual and his family. Social Security has taken steps to improve its appeals process for denied benefits claims, and individuals who desire to have their applications reviewed can undertake their appeals through the agency's online interface.

Over 90,000 Americans appeal their disability benefits decisions every month, and now Social Security's system allows users to do multiple processes at once. An individual can submit his appeal and his medical report simultaneously. He can also submit any documents he has in support of his claim through the agency's online appeals system.

For individuals who are technologically savvy, the improved online SSDI denied benefits appeals process will be a great help. However, individuals who are not confident in their computer skills may feel overwhelmed when it comes to completing appeals of denied claims completely online. For individuals who require assistance with their appeals, help is available. Legal professionals who work in the social security disability benefits field of law can help their clients work through the steps of a denied benefits appeal either through the improved online interface or through paper-based traditional formats.

Source: mydailysentinel.com, "Appealing a decision: Check out improved online process," Marcus Geiger, May 30, 2015

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