What Every Social Security Applicant Needs To Know About Their Interview With A Social Security Disability Representative
When you apply for SSD benefits you can expect to be interviewed by a Social Security Representative, either in person or on the phone.
What’s Going To Happen During The Social Security Disability Interview?
The claim’s representative (CR) will speak with you for about an hour about:
(1) your employment history,
(2) your specific job responsibilities,
(3) your physical and mental disability,
(4) what medical treatment you’ve received,
(5) your marital status,
(6) past military service, and
(7) whether you’ve received Worker’s Compensation benefits.
No decision will be made about your claim during the interview but you should, nonetheless, be prepared to answer those questions.
At Cavey Law, the initial application we file on behalf of the client is complete and thorough. As a result, there are few questions asked of our clients. We even prepare our clients for the CR interview so that they aren’t caught flat-footed.
What Should I Do If My Doctor’s Told Me I’m Unable To Work?
It’s time for you to contact The Law Office of Nancy L. Cavey for a free confidential consultation. You owe it to yourself and your family to get the disability benefits you deserve. Call today at 727-894-3188.