If your doctor just makes a statement that you are disabled that is generally not enough for you to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits or SSI. What happens is Social Security evaluates the medical records that the doctor writes down when you go for visits or if you’re hospitalized or if the doctor sends you for a test and they order the results of those tests, they looked at your hospital records and they try to decide whether what’s indicated in those doctors notes, hospital records or lab reports are sufficient to show that you are so physically or mentally disabled that you probably cannot work for 12months.
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Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
Medicare and Medicaid Eligibility For Social Security Disability Recipients
Individuals who have been approved for disability benefits are entitled to either Medicare or Medicaid coverage. Those approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) will receive Medicare and those
Seven Fields OHO: What You Need to Know.
The Office of Hearings Operations, also referred to as OHO, is the Social Security office that is responsible for the management of Social Security Disability hearings. When a claim is denied at
How are Past Due SSD Benefits Calculated?
How are Past Due Social Security Disability Benefits Calculated? When a person applies for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, it can take a long time to be approved. Because of this, many
How To Request Social Security Disability Reconsideration In Columbus, OH
You can request a reconsideration of your Columbus, OH, Social Security Disability application online, through your local Social Security Administration (SSA) field office, or through your Social
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Does Hiring an Attorney Improve my Odds of Winning My SSD Case?
An attorney may be able to help you improve your chances of pursuing a persuasive disability claim or appeal. Having a lawyer who regularly deals with these cases can confidently help you file your
What Disabilities Qualify for Social Security in Ohio?
To qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits in Ohio, you will need to have the right medical evidence to prove your medical condition, a combination of conditions, or effects related to
Does Receiving Social Security Retirement Benefits Affect Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income?
If I receive Social Security retirement benefits, does it affect my ability to draw disability benefits? If you are of full retirement age you cannot receive SSDI. Even those who qualify to draw both
Social Security Disability (SSD & SSDI) for Neck Pain and Neck Problems
If you suffer from neck pain and neck problems, you could qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Depending on the nature of your neck pain and neck problems, you could qualify for