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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

Preparing Medical Evidence Of Your Disability

Qualifying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits depends on documenting your medical condition. That’s why medical treatment and medical records indicating symptoms, ER visits, diagnostic tests and diagnoses are the most important evidence you can offer to the Social Security Administration employees reviewing your case.

Documenting Your Medical Condition

Many types of evidence are important when collecting information to support your application for benefits. Some of these include:

  • Diagnoses
  • Lists of medications
  • Physical examinations
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Echocardiogram or EKG results
  • Advanced imaging: X-ray, CAT, MRI, MRA and PET scan results
  • Emergency room/outpatient visits and hospitalizations
  • Opinions of your physicians

Our lawyers and staff will contact your providers to develop the necessary evidence to support your case.

Coordinating Your Information

Your personal legal assistant at our office will work closely with you and your doctors in order to ensure all HIPAA privacy requirements are met and documents are submitted in a timely fashion.

Contact Us As Soon As Possible

It takes time to put together a strong case that proves your disability. Contact us for your free consultation so we can begin to identify what medical information will be most valuable for you.

You can reach our Birmingham office by phone at 205-208-7980 or by sending a message online.