I need to appeal my ssd decision it was denied June 8th but I didn’t get the denial letter until the end if July. I have pokyarticular psiraric arthritis which is on the list for approval.

A) I understand that you need to appeal your SSD decision. You have 60 days from the date of the denial letter to file an appeal. So, you still have time to file your appeal.

To file an appeal, you will need to complete Form SSA-561, Request for Reconsideration. You can find this form online or by calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213.

When you file your appeal, you will need to provide the following information:

  • Your name, address, and Social Security number
  • The date of your denial letter
  • The reason for your denial
  • Any new medical evidence that you want to submit

You can also request a hearing with an administrative law judge. This is the best way to appeal your decision, but it can take several months to get a hearing.

If you have pok yarticular psoriatic arthritis, you should be able to get approved for SSD benefits. This is a disabling condition that can make it difficult to work.

Here are some tips for writing your appeal letter:

  • Be clear and concise.
  • Explain why you believe you are disabled.
  • Highlight the severity of your condition and how it affects your ability to work.
  • Be sure to include any new medical evidence that you have.

To appeal the decision, you need to follow these steps:

  • Fill out an SSA-561 “Request for Reconsideration” form and send it to your local Social Security office1. You can download this form from the Social Security website or request it by calling 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
  • Fill out an SSA-3441 “Disability Report – Appeal” form and send it along with the SSA-561 form. You can also submit this form online.
  • Fill out an SSA-827 “Authorization to Disclose Information to the Social Security Administration” form and send it with the other forms. This form allows the SSA to obtain your medical records and other evidence to support your claim.
  • Provide any new or updated information about your medical condition, treatment, medications, tests, work history, and daily activities that may affect your disability status.
  • Consider getting a doctor’s opinion that supports your SSDI claim. A letter from your doctor explaining how your condition limits your ability to work can be very helpful for your appeal.
  • Consider getting representation for your SSDI appeal. A lawyer or a disability advocate can help you prepare your appeal, gather evidence, and represent you at a hearing if needed. You can find a representative in your area by using the Find a Representative tool on the Social Security website.

If you need more information about how to appeal a SSD decision, you can visit the Appeal a decision we made page on the Social Security website or contact your local Social Security office. I hope this helps and I wish you all the best with your appeal. 

You can also get help with your appeal from a disability lawyer. A lawyer can help you gather the necessary evidence and file your appeal correctly.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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