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Appealing Your Social Security Disability (SSD) Case To Federal Court

Obtaining SSD benefits isn’t always easy. In some cases, it may be necessary to go to court. Federal court is an intimidating forum, with many specific rules and procedural nuances that can be challenging to navigate. Not all attorneys have the federal court experience it takes to overturn SSD denials and wrongful termination of SSD benefits. At the Law Offices of Daniel Berger in New York City, we do.

Federal court litigation – that is, fighting in court for our clients’ right to SSD benefits – is where we shine. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling disability cases before federal judges. As skilled trial lawyers, we know what it takes to build a strong case, and we have many successful results to show for it.

When Does An SSD Case End Up In Court?

Getting SSD benefits can be a long and arduous process. Going to court is the last step in the appeals process for overturning a wrongful denial or termination of benefits.

In federal court, you will need to show that the Social Security Administration made an error in denying you benefits – for example, by:

  • Failing to consider all of the relevant medical evidence
  • Not providing an adequate explanation
  • Not addressing the impact of your pain and other symptoms

Our attorneys can evaluate your case to prepare the right evidence and arguments to support your case.

We Know How To Win In Federal Court

Our attorneys are known for taking on challenging SSD cases that other firms turn down. We understand what it takes to win in federal court. By taking a detailed approach to researching and preparing every case, we lay a strong foundation for a successful outcome.

Learn more about some of our many successful results in federal court.

Learn How We Can Help You Overturn An Unfavorable SSD Decision Through Federal Court

Get the support and guidance you need to overcome setbacks. Learn more about how our lawyers can help you fight the decision in federal court. Call 718-691-7475 or send us an email to get started with a free consultation.