IT’S BETTER TO WIN YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CASE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE WITH A GREAT APPLICATION
If you suffer from spinal cord injuries, from diabetes, cancer, fibromyalgia or other diseases, or if you’ve had fusion surgery or a laminectomy or knee or shoulder replacement–if you are totally disabled as the result of your serious medical conditions and work and education background — you do not want to be denied when you file an initial application for Social Security Disability benefits.
You do not want to be denied if you have to file a Request for Reconsideration.
It is far better to win your case for Social Security Disability benefits on your initial application. While there is no guarantee of a win on your first try, there are certain steps you can take to increase your chances.
What is the Social Security Administration looking for when it decides whether you should be awarded disability benefits? It wants to understand how your injury and/or disability has affected your daily life. Don’t rely merely on facts, but show the administration or the judge how your life was before you became injured or disabled, and how your life has changed for the worse. You want to show the Social Security Administration and judge that you are not just another case, not just another number, but a human being whose life has been tragically changed.
It’s important to be as detailed as possible. Also, it’s very important that you include all your medical records. If you forget to include a medical record or doctor’s report it might be the difference between winning and losing.
You want to win your Social Security Disability case and you want to do it on your initial application. That is your best-case scenario, and the one you should fight for.