Periodically, Social Security will send you to one of their Social Security Disability doctors. Why? See the video below!
How do you win a Social Security case? – medical records. How do you keep your Social Security? – medical records. When you are in the application process for Social Security Disability or SSI benefits, sometimes Social Security wants you to go see one of their doctors. These doctors are disability doctors. They do not treat patients. They are trained to assess disability. It is very important that you go!
Social Security needs to establish your disability based on medical records. It’s always best to see your own doctor as much as possible and always tell them what problems you have “doing things”. If your doctor will record the problems you’re having doing things such as standing, walking, sitting, lifting and using your hands and fingers, it will help Social Security understand why you can’t work. This is critical to win and keep your disability. I’ll go more into this in my next video.
The Social Security doctor’s examination is typically very brief. Please note how long the doctor actually spent with you and what he did during the evaluation. Did he touch you? Did he use any instruments to measure your grip? Did he listen to you? Did he need to help you on or off the examination table? What did he say to you? This is information I need to know just in case their findings are not favorable to your case. By doing these things you will help me, help you.
If you know anyone who may need Social Security disability benefits, please give them my number, forward this email to them.
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.
Take care and God bless!
Randy Adams, ADR