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One of the most important pieces of information that will be used by medical professionals when evaluating whether or not you qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is your medical records. From notes taken by your medical providers to physical representations of ailments (such as X-rays or MRI results), this documentation works to credit or discredit your claim. Therefore, it is important that anyone that may seek SSDI in the future keep detailed records of their ailments and protect this information by making copies and keeping it someplace safe.
There are many avenues that you are able to obtain SSDI but in many instances, the waiting time is long. Many people are unable to get insurance the first time around, and must rely on experienced SSDI attorneys to help them navigate their other options. In order to avoid this long, tedious, and frustrating process, you can work with a Golson, McCracken Inc. attorney from the beginning that can help you gather the necessary evidence and prevent the Social Security Administration from denying your claim.
The medical records you will need must be:
One important way that you can ensure the validity of your medical records in a SSDI claim is keeping records over a long period of time. In addition, you can make sure that the types of records that your doctor is keeping will be accepted by the Social Security Administration. Typed and thorough records will be more effective than tiny, scribbled, and rushed notes. Any history of an ailment or symptom should be highlighted as well to show that this has been developing over time.
When you have reached out to the Social Security Administration for help due to a chronic, persistent, and long-lasting condition that prevents you from employment, it is in your best interests to go in armed to the t. Medical records are the most important evidence that you have about your condition, and taking the time to make sure that they will get you the help you need is important.
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