How do I file an appeal in federal court?
If your claim is denied at the Appeals Council level, you may file an appeal in Federal District Court.
To file an appeal in Federal District Court, you must file a lawsuit within 60 days of the unfavorable Appeals Council decision against the Commissioner of Social Security. This lawsuit will be assigned to a Federal Judge, who will almost certainly transfer it to a Federal Magistrate who will hold arguments and issue a recommendation to the Federal Judge either recommending that your claim be sent back to the Social Security Administration or that it’s decision be upheld.
Attorney David Dupee is located in Atlanta, but represents clients throughout the United States. If you have questions or need help, Atlanta Social Security Disability attorney David Dupee is available for a FREE initial consultation and we travel to you. Home and hospital visits are available.
Contact Atlanta Social Security Disability attorney David Dupee at (404) 292-5225 or contact him here.