Firouzeh A Farzaneh
  Farzaneh Social Services
Disability Management Center

21241 Ventura Blvd Suite 146
Woodland Hills CA 91364 | Map


What we do in case Reconsideration and Appeal for SSI and Social Security Disability?

If your social security disability claim is denied, the chances of getting approved for benefits go up for those who take the time to appeal right away. More specifically, getting a case at a hearing in front of an administrative law judge (ALJ) is where a claimant will have their best opportunity at winning disability benefits.
If your disability claim has been denied, you should understand how the appeals process works, because you have little chances of winning disability benefits if you don't appeal the initial denial.

We have 16 years of experience in preparing clients disability appeal cases. We can help you to ensure the timely steps necessary to take to win the appeal.

Appeal of Medical Denial
If your State Medi-Cal is denied we can appeal the decision by requesting that your case goes to the hearing through an administrative law judge.

Appeal of Medicare Denial
Medicare recipient who receive denial for their claim are permitted through two or three levels of appeal process at each level of appeal you have an opportunity and we assist you to present reasons why you feel your claim should be approved. Last appeal take place in front of administrative law judge who will receive your entire claim history and make a final decision . The sooner you file your instant appeal the faster you will receive a decision .

Counseling for Claims Applications
We at FSSDMC have over 16 years of expertise in helping our clients get the most benefits they are entitled to. The agency has dealt with over 1000 cases with 98% success rate representing clients with disability claims and appeals. We will provide individual and family counseling for claims you have requested or wish to start to determine the best method of pursuing your claim successfully.

Appeal of Medical Long Term Care Denial
FSSDMC attorney and social worker representative share an intense passion for the law and for our role as clients’ advocates for ensuring that they get the best benefits they are entitled to and when their claim has been denied how to successfully appeal. Our agency’s reputation and future are based on our social work and legal skills, as well as the results we achieve for our clients and the relationships we maintain with them and others.

We are down-to-earth, accessible team and our passion is to pursue justice and best benefits for our clients. Contact us if you have a matter you’d like to discuss. The consultation is strictly confidential.

Appeal of Housing Denial
If you apply for a housing subsidy program – public housing, Section 8 voucher, or privately owned Section 8 multifamily housing – and the housing provider denies your application, it must send you a letter that tells you why it denied your application.

If you believe your application should have been approved, we will assist you to have a hearing. Common reasons include a criminal record, history of evictions, poor credit history, and lying on your application. We need to explain or disprove the reason you were denied.

Each housing authority can develop its own hearing rules. We review the Grievance Procedure from the local housing authority and would ask you to show papers, such as letters of recommendation, medical records, proof of community service participation or completion of educational or rehabilitation programs, and court documents to determine what are the evidences that can further support your case.

If the denial was related to a disability you have, you might qualify for a reasonable accommodation. This is an adjustment in a landlord's policies and practices that gives a person with disabilities a fair chance ("equal opportunity") to get and use housing.

If the decision is that your application should be approved, you must then be awarded a subsidy, placed on the waiting list, or have your subsidy extended for another year.

If the decision is not in your favor, it may be possible to appeal it to a state or federal court, but successfully appealing the decision in an informal hearing isn’t easy. This is why you should contact us so our expert attorney and social worker help you.

Patient Advocacy and Case Management
Working with individuals on a fee-basis to realize a positive, beneficial health care experience, ensuring they are respected and their rights are honored and preserved by local agencies, federal agencies or private agencies. Following is a list of benefits working with FSSDMC advocate, coupled with our attorney to ensure you receive the best benefits entitled to:

The Advocate’s Roles and Responsibilities

  1. The advocate acts as a liaison between patient and healthcare provider. The advocate is a resource for both patient and physician in support of optimal delivery of care.
  2. The advocate is knowledgeable in social security agencies practices and compliance.
  3. The advocate can be present at your appointments with government and private agencies and notify them of claim and issues.
  4. The advocate communicates with the client to help ensure the client understands the claim process and strategy plan.
  5. The advocate gathers all necessary information from the client, observes and assesses client’s physical, mental, financial and social situation in detail, then put a strategy plan in place for action and follow up until it completion.
  6. The advocate can research and provide valuable information and methods to deal with claims to the client and family as requested.
  7. The advocate can help resolve home care and coordination-of-service issues.
  8. The advocate can monitor and address issues of non-compliance, whether from the client, government agencies, private agencies or other entities.
  9. The advocate maintains client privacy according to local and national laws, treating all client and family information confidentially.
  10. The advocate stays current with changes in legislation that could impact the client, client care or patient rights.
  11. The advocate can, at the client’s request, intervene on behalf of the client with any third-party failing to meet expectations and obligations.