Disability Appeals Council
At the Myler Disability disability denial appeal office, we don’t give up. When a claimant who needs and deserves Social Security Disability benefits has a denied application and a denial from the administrative law judge, our Social Security Disability and SSI advocates remain determined. We will appeal the disability denial to the Appeals Council on our claimant’s behalf.
Have you been denied benefits?
If there is any possible way to win your case, we’ll work hard to find it.
We have helped thousands of claimants through the Social Security Disability appeals process. We know the law and we know how various jurisdictions all around the United States handle cases. If there is any way possible to win the disability benefits you need, we will find it.
The appeals process can be long and difficult in a Social Security Disability Insurance benefits case, but you can be sure we know the process well. Our Social Security Disability firm will stay with you throughout your appeals, reevaluate your situation often, and search for ways to win the benefits you need for your disability.
Myler Disability, headquartered in Utah, has a nationwide network of Social Security Disability advocates who have extensive experience in the appeal of disability and SSI denials, belong to the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR), and are dedicated to obtaining disability insurance and SSI benefits for genuinely disabled people.
Wherever in the U.S. you live, Myler Disability assures you of local, personal service in pursuing your Social Security Disability claim.
Free consultation. Call 1-800-652-9626 or send us an e-mail. We will respond within 24-48 hours.
From our offices in Utah, the Myler Disability office serves clients throughout the United States, including Utah, Idaho, California, Washington, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, New York, Florida, Oregon, New Mexico, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Minnesota, Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, and all other states.