I Was Denied Social Security Disability, Now What?

Tulsa Social Security disability lawyer Darren Rackley explains in this video how being denied Social Security disability benefits may not be the final decision on the matter. He handles the federal court disability appeals for the Oklahoma disability law firm of Troutman & Troutman, P.C. Being denied Social Security benefits is stressful, but our team of disability attorneys are willing to do whatever it takes for clients to receive the SSDI or SSI benefits they deserve. If you have been denied, contact our Social Security lawyers immediately.

Video Transcription

My name is Darren Rackley. I primarily handle the federal court appeals here at Troutman & Troutman. Occasionally, very rarely, someone will be denied at all three levels before the agency. Once they’ve been denied at the initial level, reconsideration and then at the hearing level, their next option is to file a civil action in federal district court. That’s where I come in. There’s nothing they need to do other than contact us as soon as possible after they’ve been denied.

On appeal, if the evidence is so compelling or if the case has been through federal court before at least twice, I can ask for the payment of benefits, which in that case, the court may grant benefits immediately and they would not have to go back for another hearing. If anyone has any further questions, they can contact us at TroutmanLaw.com, or they can contact us by phone at (918) 587-0050.