What Is A Consultative Exam In The SSD Application Process

You provided the Social Security Administration(SSA) with detailed medical records from your treating physician as part of your Social Security Disability application. The information contains a medical source statement, statement of diagnosis, medical and treatment notes, and laboratory tests and other imaging that supports your disability. Why then is the SSA requiring that you undergo Read More

Common Forms to Complete During the Social Security Disability Application Process

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin’s words are good advice for life, and good advice as you prepare to apply for social security disability as well. The success of your Social Security Disability application process has as much to do with the information you provide as it Read More

Hire An Attorney Who can Handle All Levels of the SSD Process

What is clear from the current state of the Social Security Administration is that if you or a loved one is applying for Security Disability Benefits you need to hire a law firm that handles all level of Social Security claims in your SSD process.   The Process of Applying for SSD Benefits The majority Read More

What You Should Know About Continuing Disability Reviews

The Social Security Administration (SSA) routinely conducts continuing disability reviews (CDRs) on recipients of social security disability benefits. The purpose of the CDR is to determine whether you are still eligible for benefits. How frequently your case will be subject to CDRs depends on the nature and severity of your disability, along with the likelihood Read More

10 Guidelines You Should Use for Answering a Social Security Function Report

Our firm has been helping claimants receive Social Security Disability benefits for over 25  years. In our experience, there are details that can help or hurt you when completing paperwork during the process. Here are some guidelines for you to use when answering questions contained in a Social Security Function report. Guideline 1: Tell the Read More