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There is no right or ability to sue Social Security. Since you are taliking about suing a hospital, will repost under medical negligence to get better answers.
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If you have been denied social security benefits, you need to contact a social security disability lawyer. Contact a law school friend of mine, Joel Hengstler, if you want a good SSD lawyer in Las Vegas. Generally, you can hire an attorney for nothing out of pocket in a case like that. Medical malpractice is a must higher standard. It is very hard to make a medical malpractice case profitable for an attorney, therefore you need to show that another doctor would testify that medical malpractice occurred.