Many doctor’s have an “office policy” that they won’t fill out disability paperwork.
If this happens to you, don’t lose hope. Many of our readers have found that they were still able to get the paperwork they needed!
Two Different Problems
If your doctor does not want to fill out paperwork, there are different reasons why this might be happening. You will probably handle things in a completely different way, depending on the problem:
🌷 One: How to Deal with a Doctor Who Hates Paperwork. If your doctor supports you, and believes you are disabled, but won’t fill out paperwork because they hate paperwork, this is a problem you may be able to overcome!
🌷 Two: How to Deal with a Doctor Who Does Not Believe You Are Disabled. This is a more complicated problem. If this is your situation, it is great to find out as soon as possible, so you have as many options as possible.
More Smart Ideas
🌷 Here’s where you can learn more about How to Tell What Your Doctor Really Thinks and what to do if your doctor does not support your disability application.
🌷 Here’s something you can do yourself that can be a huge help for your case. You can do this instead of getting a doctor’s form or letter. Or (in the dream world) you could get both: How To Make a Medical Outline.
🌷 The most common kind of paperwork that people use to help their Social Security disability case is called and RFC form. You can print it yourself and bring it to your doctor: How to Get a Great RFC Function Form
🌷 Paperwork from your doctor is not the only way to help your disability case. There are tons more things you can also do: How to Greatly, Greatly (Greatly!) Increase Your Chances of Approval
Updated January 2018. Please comment below with your questions, stories, and ideas.