A. Yes. We can refer you to the county facilities in your county of residence. You can also call “211” from a land line to find local agencies that can help you.
A. The only way to prove your disability to a Social Security Disability judge is by submitting medical records that prove the severity of your impairments and show that you see doctors or other health care providers on a regular and ongoing basis.
A. No. We are a law firm.
A. The County facilities will help you until you do have insurance.
A. You must be seen by doctors within the united states who are licensed by state licensing agencies.
A. No. We will refer you to county facilities.
A. County facilities will provide medical/mental health care if you have no money or insurance.
A. Yes. The Social Security Administration may decide to review your case at any time after you are approved just to see if you are improving.
A. We will schedule an intake appointment or mail you a packet so that we can review your case. But you must start seeing doctors as soon as possible.
A. If you have already submitted them to Social Security you do not need to give them to us too. We may need your help during this process if we can’t obtain updated records from your doctors.
A. Medical evidence must be relevant to your disability. We will review your old records to see if we can use them in your case.
A. You can obtain that information by dialing “211” from a landline.
A. Yes. When we start preparing for a hearing before the judge we will update your medical records. Again, we may need your assistance in obtaining records from uncooperative doctors, therapists, clinics or hospitals.