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Top-Rated Disability Attorney in Fresno and Nearby Areas

Fresno, Bakersfield Social Security disability lawyer explains what to do when the Social Security Administration denies your disability application.
Most of my Bakersfield and Fresno disability clients come to me after the Social Security Administration has denied their disability applications.
At this point, these people are frequently confused and frustrated by the Social Security disability process because they know that they are disabled, and they don’t understand how the Social Security Administration could deny their claim. The most important thing to know about denials of disability applications is that you should not give up. The fact is that the Social Security Administration denies most applications during the first evaluation; only 35 percent of claims are granted disability benefits at that point.
If your claim has been denied, be persistent and get an experienced California Social Security disability lawyer to appeal your case. The success rate on appeal when claimants are represented by experienced Fresno disability lawyers is much better than at the initial application stage.
Social Security disability appeals are much different than the evaluations of initial applications
There is a world of difference between the way that the Social Security Administration handles the first determination of disability applications and the way that it handles appeals after denials.
The decision on your disability application is made by people employed by a California agency rather than people from the Social Security Administration, and these people make their decision on the basis of reading your application and medical records; they do not meet with you.
On the other hand, an appeal hearing is held before an Administrative Law Judge who works for the Social Security Administration and who holds a hearing on your case. You can appear in person at this hearing so that the judge hears directly from you about your disability. Also, you can have a California disability lawyer  representing you at this hearing, and you can have witnesses who can testify about your disability.
We help disability claimants in Fresno County, Kern County, Madera County, Kings & Tulare County
Getting your Social Security disability benefits is extremely important to you and your family. Give yourself the best chance of success by finding an experienced California disability lawyer to represent you.
We are proud of the work we have done for years with San Joaquin Valley disability claimants, and if you come to our firm for help on your disability case, we will offer you:
  • Experience. Charles Oren has practiced law since 1982, representing disabled Social Security claimants in Central Valley. Many of our clients come as referrals from past clients.
  • Knowledge. Charles Oren not only knows the Social Security disability law, but his years of practicing in Central Valley courts means that he also knows the courts and judges that you will be dealing with.
  • Compassion. We understand how important your disability case is. We know that the award of disability benefits will not only provide money for you and your family, but also peace of mind after your long fight.
If you are not already represented by a Madera, Fresno, Visalia, Merced or Bakersfield Social Security disability lawyer and want our evaluation, give us a brief description of your claim using the form on the Contact page, or contact either our Fresno or Bakersfield office.
Serving the cities of Fresno, Clovis, Madera, Chowchilla, Le Grand, Merced, Atwater, Planada, Kerman, Dos Palos, Firebaugh, Los Banos, Mendota, Kerman, Raymond, Coarsegold, Oakhurst, North Fork, Auberry, Tollhouse, Shaver Lake, Friant, Selma, Reedley Dinuba, Riverdale, Hanford, Visalia, Exeter, Tulare, Lindsay, Porterville, Pixley, Earlimart, Delano, Corcoran, Alpaugh, McFarland, Terra Bella, Wasco, Shafter, Oildale, Bakersfield, Lamont, Arvin, Buttonwillow.