You may notice there are three times more articles on this page then on the page about lawyers. In most cases, the right doctor is waaaaay more important than the right lawyer.
If you don’t have good records from your doctor, there is literally nothing your lawyer can do to help you.
If you do have good records from your doctor, you may not even need a lawyer.
If you can’t afford to go to the doctor, please see links below.
Daisy’s lawyer waited two years to tell her she was seeing the wrong kind of doctor. You don’t want to wait two years. You want to know right now.
Why do I talk to my doctor? When do I talk to my doctor? How do I talk to my doctor?
You may think you’ve already talked to your doc about your disability application. Read this anyway.
Did your doc support you a little, a lot, or not at all? No matter what happened, you have options.
If you don’t have health insurance, transportation, or the ability to get to the doctor.
If you try everything you can and you STILL can’t get to the doctor, Social Security will accept that you have a good reason.
Social Security gives a lot of weight to some doctors and little or no weight to others. You want your doctor to gain a lot of weight!
Don’t worry. I’ve seen many people get themselves into this situation and I’ve seen many people get themselves out of this situation.
If your doc doesn’t want to fill out paperwork, you are not alone! And you are not without hope. Read on.
In some situations, switching doctors is the ONLY way you will EVER get approved for disability.
In case you were wondering