Sometimes we get cases after a claimant has tried, unsuccessfully, to obtain Social Security Disability (“SSD”) benefits. Most of the time, that claimant has gone to one or more Consultative Examinations (“CEs”), which is not usually in the claimant’s best interest. This is exactly what happened to a 38 year old client who asked us to represent her after being denied when she applied on her own.
Our client suffered from multiple medical conditions, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, anemia and photophobia. We were able to get supportive documentation from her treating doctors, which Social Security’s own rules specify is the preferred source. Our client was ultimately approved for SSD, and she could not be happier with the outcome of her claim.
It is always a wise decision to retain an attorney who specializes in disability if you find yourself in a position where you need to apply for disability. Please feel free to call our office for a free phone consultation. Our offices are located on Long Island in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.Next
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