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November 24, 2020

Let Us Help You Through the Entire Social Security Disability Application Process

If you are disabled and seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you probably have questions about the SSDI process. Is it confusing? Are there a lot of forms and paperwork? How long will it take? At The Social Security Disability Attorneys of Monge & Associates, we can answer all of those questions for you. Our dedicated SSDI lawyers represent clients from the Atlanta area, across Georgia and throughout the Southeast.


While the SSDI process can be confusing and time consuming, an experienced SSDI attorney can make it much easier to bear. Our lawyers can guide you through all of the steps of the SSDI process.

  • Your initial application: Most initial applications are denied. By carefully planning your initial application, you can significantly improve your chances of a successful appeal.
  • Request for reconsideration: If your initial application is denied, you may file a request for reconsideration within 60 days.
  • Administrative law judge hearing: If your request for reconsideration is denied, you may request a hearing before an administrative law judge. This is an important step in the process, because it is the first time you get to present your case in person to an SSA official.
  • Appeals council: The appeals council hears appeals from cases turned down by the administrative law judge. A successful appeal at this level would send your case back to a new administrative law judge.

Our attorneys can help with the SSDI process. We have helped thousands of injured and disabled individuals and are prepared to help you with all aspects of the SSDI process. We are highly familiar with the local courts and judges you will meet as you pursue our SSDI claim or appeal. This knowledge can give you the best possible chance of success.


If you have questions about the SSDI process, we are here to help. Contact us today online or by telephone to speak with an experienced SSDI attorney in the Atlanta area, across Georgia and throughout the Southeast. If you are not able to make it to our office, we can arrange transportation or meet at a location that is convenient to you.