Medical Records Are Key in Your SSDI Application

In your application for disability benefits, the Social Security Administration (SSA) wants to know about your physical or mental disability. They will review your application for confirmation that your disability prevents you from working for at least a year. What are they looking for in particular? The SSA wants objective medical evidence that clearly supports…

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What Not to Say in a Disability Interview

During your Social Security disability application process, you may very well have to go through a disability interview. This is likely to happen at one of the levels of appeal offered during the process. In particular, you will be interviewed by an administrative law judge (ALJ) at a hearing concerning your application for Social Security…

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Importance of Your Doctor in Your Disability Claim

Do you need to file for Social Security Disability benefits? A well-qualified support team can be essential in helping you successfully navigate this process. Your doctor will play a particularly significant role in your disability claim. While most people may be aware of the prominent role medical records will have in the process, the importance…

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What Type of Documentation Do You Need to Provide When Applying for Social Security Disability?

The disability application process can feel both endless and overwhelming. Disability benefits, however, can be critically important to those feeling the force of financial impact that can come with being disabled or having a family member with a disability. The Social Security disability programs can help provide much-needed financial support each month to help ensure…

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Common mistakes after denial of SSDI application

The most common question our social security disability lawyers are asked is whether I should appeal for social security after being denied SSDI. Our lawyers have the most reliable answer for you: Yes! You should appeal for SSDI after you have been denied at least one. Amongst the vast amount of applications received only 20%…

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