Once you talk to a Social Security Disability Representative get their name. From the person that gave you the answers to your questions. Always call at least twice more to confirm you’re given the correct information. Yet, it’s not uncommon to get the wrong information, partial information, or information does not quite fit your situation. Always keep notes of phone conversations with Social Security Disability Office.
When applying for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The application and evaluation procedures can be complex, complicate and intensive paperwork. However, it’s acceptable that misunderstandings, miscommunication, and confusion can sneak into the process of information gathering. Despite your best intentions and the Social Security Disability Representative, you talk with.
To cut your chances of giving the wrong information. It will be a good idea to ask to speak to a Claims Representative. Rather than a Customer Service Representative. When you call the SSD a Customer Service Representative answered. But Customer Service Representatives doesn’t actually handle cases like an experienced Claims Representative.
Notes of Phone Conversations with the Social Security Disability Office
When speaking to the Social Security Representatives, always write down the names. And their titles of the people. Buy a notebook to write down telephone numbers and extensions you call. Get the information in writing from the representative who answers your question. By either on paper or email. Finally, do not ask one person, ask several.
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