Your Social Security Disability (SSDI) Claim Was DENIED!!! What now?

Have you applied for Social Security Disability but your claim has been DENIED? If so, you’re in the right place.

You are frustrated because you have submitted your medical records and answered all the questions SSA asked – but you have still been DENIED.

Do you know why?

The letter the SSA sent you to tell you that your SSDI claim was denied can provide you some insight. But do you know what the letter means when it says – We have determined that you can perform your past work? What about when the letter says – We have determined that you are not disabled from performing work generally available in the region.

Do you know what you need to do to give yourself the best shot of succeeding on your appeal? Do you know what specific medical records can help establish that your disability meets a listing, and thus qualify you for social security disability? Do you how a medical source statement can be used to dramatically increase your chances of success on appeal?

An SSDI attorney familiar with the specific rules and laws of the social security system can be the difference between you getting disability benefits and not.

I am social security disability attorney Loyd J. Bourgeois, Jr. and I have helped people just like you get the Social Security Disability Benefits they need. I am based in the New Orleans area, with an office in Luling but can assist social security disability claimants in Metairie, Kenner, New Orleans, the Westbank, the Northshore, and throughout Louisiana get the social security disability benefits they need.

If you are anxious to get started, call me at 985-240-9773 or fill out the contact form on this page for a free case evaluation.

If you are not ready to hire a lawyer yet, I would still like to send you my
special report,

“The Eight Deadly Mistakes That Will Kill Your Social Security Disability Claim (and 6 Actions to Help).”

Just click here to fill out a form to receive the report.

This special report will detail common mistakes made by social security disability claimants and what can be done to avoid them. Like Deadly Mistake No. 4 – failing to appeal your denial within 60 days. Learn more about this mistake and others.

Plus, I’ll also include two bonus reports – Understanding The Medical-Vocational Grids (SSA’s Framework for Decision Making) and What To Expect At Your Social Security Disability Hearing. Just fill out this form to receive these three reports.

You can also explore my blog, view Frequently Asked Questions, learn more about me, or check out my library or video tips.

Loyd J. Bourgeois
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Disability and Personal Injury Attorney