Q: I was diagnosed with a specific learning disability in 2nd grade and I'm clinically depressed and have anxiety
I was denied social security in by a judge 2021 can I sue then
The Social Security system has a specific appeal process that must be strictly followed. If your disabling conditions have worsened, you can file a new claim for disability benefits. Make sure you have all your medical records and medical providers identified and listed, and any records from employers you have applied to work for.
There are lawyers who concentrate on social security claims. Search for some of them, and then consult with them on how to help you get your benefits.
A: If you were denied Social Security benefits, you may have the option to appeal the decision. It may also be helpful to consult with an attorney who has experience in Social Security disability law to determine your legal options. Keep in mind that the appeals process may require additional evidence and documentation of your disability and how it affects your ability to work
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