Myth Three 3: Can my Physician say I am Disable and guarantee I qualify for SSDI?
It is not true that a doctor can guarantee you SSDI benefits. All decision are made by SSDI in a legal way most people do not understand. However, the physician who treats your condition or conditions can provide details about your disability and must a credible medical profession who is trustworthy and pay attention to detail information for his or her patient. After you have submitted all medical documents and tests result then the Social Security Disability will make a decision on your case.
Myth Four: Can you be on SSDI for life?
You might not be automatically due to your medical condition because your case will be reviewed occasionally. To see if your condition is supposed to improve in 6 to 18 months after the date you became disabled this is done typically the first review. If your condition improves or possible, however, unpredictable, then the reviews are done every three years. If your condition does not improve, then reviews are done every seven years.
Myth Five: The best first step is to purchase a self-help eBook or an Attorney when applying for Social Security Disability Insurance:
The best first step is to have a serious conversation with your physician. Ask your doctor do you think I am disabled? This information is very important to ask your doctor because then you will know he or she will write a statement about your condition and be on your side.
Listen carefully to what your doctor inform you about your condition and disability benefits. For example, if you doctor prescribes medicine, physical therapy, use a
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