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What form is filed to appeal a Social Security disability denial?

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Forms SSA-3441, "Disability Report-Appeal," SSA-827 "Authorization to Disclose Information" and one of SSA-561 "Request for Reconsideration" or HA-501 "Request for Hearing by an Administrative Law Judge" are needed to appeal a Social Security disability denial, notes the Social Security Administration. Those wishing to appeal a Social Security disability denial can also do so online at the Social Security Administration website.

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People who have had their disability claims denied can appeal the decision in two ways, notes the Social Security Administration. They can request that the department reconsider their claim or they can request that they go before a judge in a hearing to appeal the decision. If the disability claim was denied due to medical reasons, the Social Security Administration allows people to appeal the decision online.

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