Monday, March 03, 2008
How to win Social Security Disability benefits
Wining your SSDI or SSI claim is no different than trying to win anything else. It takes hard work, knowledge, sometimes a little luck and almost always perseverance. The hard work is the effort it takes to make sure you have all your medical records, RFCs, and doctor's reports. This may not seem that hard but it often involves multiple request to your doctors and hospitals. It can also be very difficult to get your doctor to write you a report or fill out an RFC form. Some doctors will simply refuse to fill out forms or write reports and others will want to be paid for the time it takes them to write them. You must acquire knowledge to know how SSA determines if you are disabled and what you need to prove your particular case based on SSA's rules. This can be very difficult for someone who is not trained in law. You can research the Internet but there are very few websites with any helpful information. I do recommend my website and I have tried to make it as easy to understand as I could. If you are just finding this part too difficult then you should consider a lawyer for your case. Of course, there can be luck involved as well. For example the person who is deciding your claim may be one who is very liberal in their interpretation of the rules or they may think everyone can work. Perseverance is required because it often takes a very long time and you may be denied several times before you win your case. It is important that you not get discouraged and keep appealing your denials. This post may seem like very simple advice but it is also sound advice for wining your Social Security Disability benefits.