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I Missed the 60 Day Appeal Deadline for my SSDI Claim - What Can I Do





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Published on Mar 4, 2019

If Social Security denies your application for disability benefits, you can and should appeal, but your appeal must be filed within 60 days from your receipt of the denial notice. What happens if you miss the 60 day deadline?

As I discuss in this video, you have two options: you can file a new application and, in certain circumstances, ask SSA to “reopen” your first application. Or you can ask SSA to accept your late appeal for “good cause.”

Both of these options have pros and cons and the option you choose will depend on the circumstances of your case.

An important point to remember - look at the date on the denial letter. Social Security has been known to actually mail out the denial notice two or three weeks after printing the actual notice. But they will assume you received the denial 5 days from the date printed on the notice. #appealsssdidenial #deniedbysocialsecuritydisability #ssdiappeals #socialsecuritydisability

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