Hip Replacement

South Carolina Social Security Lawyers: Hip-replacement and Social Security Benefits

What You Need to Know

Hip Surgeries are usually very successful. Whether men or women are having a new hip, knee, or ankle implanted or you are having work done to repair an existing hip, knee, or ankle the Social Security Administration is generally going to take these operations as successful.

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One of the main factors for disability listed under Social Security for hip surgery is the actual notes.  Medical records are kept very well on hip replacements, even down to the serial number of the hip replacement that was used in your procedure.

If your initial claim for Social Security disability benefits is denied, don’t take it too personally. It is estimated that 80-90% of applications for Social Security benefits are initially denied. With so many claim rejections, it’s become standard practice to appeal denied Social Security benefits.  We can help.

Next Steps After Being Denied Social Security Disability Benefits

There are four escalating steps to take after your disability claim is denied. These steps must be followed in order :

File for Reconsideration

Request a Hearing

Appeal Hearing Decision

File Suit in Federal Court

Get Ahead With Legal Help

Hiring a Social Security attorney will increase the likelihood that you will win your Social Security disability benefits claim. The Strom Law Firm, L.L.C., will discuss the circumstances of the case with you and give you an opinion of the merits of your claim. We personally review each claim at this stage of the process and will update your medical evidence for Disability Determination Services to ensure that your medical documentation reflects your disability.

You have a limited time period to appeal your denial of Social Security disability benefits or risk having to start the entire process over, so please contact our office (888-490-2847) as soon as possible.

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Apply Now

You need to apply for Social Security Disability benefits as soon as you and your doctors agree that you have an injury that will prevent you from working. Unfortunately, many people have to wait for a while to see what happens with their medical condition and treatment. During that time, men and women usually run into a great deal of financial trouble.

Talk With Us About Your Injury

The best way to learn about SSD and SSI after an accident is to talk with one of our Social Security Disability Attorneys at the Strom Law Firm. 803-252-4800 Call us for free and find out if you are eligible to receive benefits.

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