Thousands of other disabled Americans battle for years for benefits, even after federal courts rule in their

In the last two fiscal years, federal judges considering appeals for denied benefits found fault with almost
6 in every 10 cases and sent them back to administrative law judges at Social Security for new hearings, the highest rate of rejections in years, agency statistics show. Court remands are on pace to reach similar levels this year.

It can be a long process.  Getting it right the first time can be a huge time saver.  Call an SSDI attorney today.