Sunday, June 5, 2011

Doctor's Opinions in Disability Cases

Sometimes it is very difficult to prove to an Administrative Law Judge or the Social Security Administration. Providing as much information as possible about your injuries is a great start to getting your disability claim approved. Information about when you went to the doctor, the treatment you received and where you received it is all very important in the early phases of the process.

Often, an comprehensive statement by any doctors that treated you outlining your disability and any limitations you have been given and why could help your claim along the process. By the time you get to a reconsideration hearing it may be helpful to get an attorney or other representative and get all of your medical records as well to provide as much information to the judge on your case as possible.

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