The Social Security Administration’s makes the decision to award claimants it depends on their credibility of your statements. You must prove to the Social Security Administration that you suffer symptoms such as memory loss, pain, or exhaustion when your conditions made it hard for you execute basic work activities, such as communicating, walking, hearing, sitting, seeing, or lifting.
One of the ways Social Security Disability determining your credibility is to have you received treatment for your condition. They look for have you spoken with the doctor or their medical specialists about your symptom’s and condition, SSD will determine if your condition is severe enough or limiting your ability s you said it is.
Another way Social Security Disability evaluates the legitimate of your complaints you discuss with your doctor’s recommended treatment by following you doctors, advice by taking your medication daily, using a cane or brace, and going to every medical appointment. If you do not follow your recommended treatment, the Social Security Disability will say your condition is not severe enough or it is not limiting you to work.
For example is you have a long and considerable record of seeing a lot of doctors and trying different treatment options, Social Security Disability will find your more believable that your condition is severe and disabling you from working.
Failing to Comply With Treat You Must Have an Acceptable Reason
The Social Security Disability is not allowed to make any decisions about your failing to seek or comply with treating your illness for good reasons for it.
Acceptable and reasonable may include:
- If you do not have health insurance coverage is insufficient, do not have free or low-cost medical services in your city and state, if you cannot afford your medical treatment.
- While taking medication you start to have side effects in result of making your symptom’s worse than they were.
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