If representatives give several different answers, do not trust them. Always get three answers that considered the same. Then it will be safe to trust the information given.
However, after you get the information, make sure you understand it. For example, review the requirements that a medical condition must meet to qualify for your disability. Locate in the Social Security Administration (SSA) Disability’s Blue Book. Now you will see language used in medical and technical. You will able to use the information to request medical records from your doctors. You will be able to see whether you had the medical procedure in question. Then the doctor’s office will forward your medical records at your request. You will know if your doctor sent the correct medical documents. By calling your local SSD office to make sure they received the correct medical documents.
At this point, you can see the value of an advocate or someone who is familiar with the process of applying for Social Security Disability benefits. Who understands the medical and administrative jargon used by the Social Security Administration? Finally, get professional who has enough experience to spot faulty or incomplete advice from SSA’s representatives.
Keep Notes of Phone Conversations with the Social Security Disability Office
If you cannot get your answer by telephone about your Social Security Disability case. Then call the National Social Security Disability Customer Service at 1800-772-1213. To make an appointment to see a representative at your local Social Security Office.
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