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Preparing My Initial Application For Social Security Disability

Before you fill out your intial application for Social Security disability benefits you should know what they are going to ask you!

The Social Security Administration is going to want to  know the names and addresses of the employers you have worked for in the last 15 years before you became disabled. They will also want a description of your job duties. It is crucial that you are accurate about this information, particularly your job responsibilities and duties. Don’t embellish! Explain your job duties as you performed there, including any supervisory responsibilities.

Social Security Administration will also want to know the doctors, hospitals, clinics, and other medical providers that you treated with or have been evaluated by, together with the addresses and dates of treatment.

We strongly suggest that you have the assistance of a family member in preparing this information and that it be reviewed for accuracy before it’s submitted.

This information is important! Accurate information about your medical history, your work history, the skills required in your job. The exertional requirements that went with each job will allow the disability examiner and the judge to determine whether or not you are entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Nancy Cavey Tampa/St. Petersburg Social Security Disabiility attorney at The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey, can assist you in properly completing your initial claim for Social Security Disability benefits and answering your questions regarding the Social Security Disability claims process.

Answering these broad-based questions isn't easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.

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