who offers healthcare benefits.
This can create problems with people who are disabled and file a claim with the SSI or Social Security Disability (SSD) due to examiners base their decisions on medical records obtain by the applicant. Social Security Disability will need some sort of current medical documents evidence from your doctor because the disability examiner will have proof your illness that cause you from being able to work. Your medical documents can be within the past three months. It is possible to get your disability benefits even if you have not seen a doctor for any medical treatment for your illness.
Can I Request to see one of Social Security Disability Doctor’s?
However, if you lack of medical evidence in your file, you can request the disability examiner to schedule a consultative exam (CE) with a private physician. These exams are brief and rarely used as basis of approving your claim. Examiners will call or mail a letter to you stating when your consultative exam is schedule to be. Unfortunately, without any medical opinions from a physician it is very hard to approved medical treatment source, examiners will be unable to denial your claim.
Consultative exam is not prejudice against any disability applicants. The consultative exams are not Social Security Disability employees, they are paid to administer the examinations for your disability claims. However the Social Security Disability contracted the doctors to perform the CE’s and provide an opinion on a claimant’s ability to return back to work. The difference between a doctor/patient relations is the treating physician for their patient. The Social Security Disability treating physician act has an advocate who performs the consultative exam is providing a service to SSD and an examiner can close a case. During the consultative exam, make sure you informed his her about how your symptoms effects walking, standing, climbing stairs, sitting, and lifting and how it prevent you from working. Also, thoroughly explain how your mental illness effects you’re from no longer able to work.
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