To get or keep your Social Security Disability Benefits, you must have medical records that prove you are disabled from working. Your doctor may be able to help you if you know what to talk to them about. Listen to my video which will help you get and keep your Disability Benefits. THIS IS IMPORTANT! Take a minute to listen to my video to help you secure your Social Security Disability benefits.
The number one mistake that people make while applying for Social Security Disability or after receiving disability is, they do not seek regular medical treatment. I recommend that you see your doctor at least every 3 months. The very foundation of your case is medical records. You must see your doctor on a regular basis.
What you tell your doctor is vitally important. Every time you see a doctor, tell them how your medical or mental problems affect your ability to do things. For example, Instead of saying “I hurt real bad” or “I feel anxious” it is better to give your doctor an example, “My pain is so bad I cannot be on my feet long enough to wash the dishes” or “I can’t even go to the grocery store or church. I get so anxious I can’t be around people.” Examples of how your condition affects your ability to do things is the best way to communicate with your doctor. Your doctor or the doctor’s nurse will put it in the notes and Social Security will read them.
If you do this on a regular basis, it will help you obtain and keep your benefits.
Remember, going to your doctor on a regular basis, being compliant with their instructions including taking your medications as prescribed, is critical. Also, it is important to tell them the problems you’re having doing things every time you see them. These are keys to getting and keeping your Social Security benefits. Remember, you are now part of the Adams and Associates Disability family and we are here for you.
If you know anyone who may need Social Security disability benefits, please give them my number or forward a link to this page.
I will listen to them and let them know if they have a good case or not. Remember, I never charge for consultations. And there is never a fee unless we win.
Please remember. I work for you. I am your advocate! If you have concerns, please contact me.
We are “A Voice for the Disabled”
Randy Adams, ADR