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Posted in: Application Process on April 1st, 2015

disability applicationIf you are thinking about applying for social security disability then you are in for a most frustrating time. Very seldom will you ever hear anyone say that it was easy to get, or that they didn’t really need to fight for it.

A Tough Process

It all begins with the application. Sounds easy enough doesn’t it. You just need to fill out the application, which you can even do online. Now the waiting begins. You can either follow up with the status of your claim by calling your local SSD office, and how success you will be at gleaning any information will depend on whether you can get through or not. Then if you are good with computers there is an option to check online. The application status will show the date your application was received. What other documents are required, which office is processing your application, and even if a decision has been made regarding your case.

These are the basics and it all seems pretty easy. Where the problem arises is during any segments of the process. It could be in your application. It could be the information you are asked to provide. You may be asked for proof of your income, and you will definitely be required to prove your disability through medical records. You may be thinking that just a note from your Doctor will do it, but this never the case. The government want absolute proof of your disability and usually the medical records for backing this up have to be pretty detailed. In fact, you may not have gone through enough medical assessing according to the Government to support your claim.

To avoid a lot of problems and to avoid delays it is well getting a SSDI lawyer to assist you from start to finish.

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