When a person disagrees with a disability decision on their application, he or she can request to have the decision reviewed (appealed). As needed, there are several possible levels to the appeals process, described here.
There was a Social Security webinar about the online disability appeals application on August 27.
Now you can watch it at your convenience because it is posted on the Social Security website webinar page. Connect directly to it here.
Titled the “Internet Disability Appeals Application Revitalizations and Attachment Utility Update,” this webinar was designed to demonstrate to advocates, social service agencies, and other third parties how to:
- Navigate the new look internet disability appeals application, and
- Help promote the use of Social Security’s online service options.
This should be useful for you whether you help others complete a disability appeal online or might be using it for yourself.
More about appealing a medical disability decision is on the Social Security pages for Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).While today’s post is about going online to appeal a disability decision, most agency decisions can be appealed.
Other webinars, both completed and scheduled, are on the Social Security website webinar page at www.socialsecurity.gov/multimedia/webinars/.