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Published on Dec 14, 2018
If you receive an “unfavorable decision” from the judge following your #disability hearing, you have a big decision to make. Do you file an appeal with the #AppealsCouncil and wait 2 more years for a decision that is only about 10% likely to be in your favor? Do you try to return to work? Do you start over and file a new application for #disabilitybenefits.
In this video I discuss what you need to keep in mind if you are thinking about starting over and filing a new application. But before you decide to start over you must have certain information available to you.
You need to know your date last insured for SSDI - this date will be included in the unfavorable decision. You need to have an updated theory of disability - if nothing substantial has changed, the odds are that you will get the same unfavorable result at a second hearing.