Common SSD Application Mistakes
A Tough Social Security Disability Lawyer Who Is On Your Side
The Social Security Administration requires accurate details about your medical condition, work history and daily life in order to evaluate your Social Security Disability claim. If you don’t include sufficient medical records when applying for disability benefits, such as a full list of every physician who treated you and each medication doctors have prescribed, your claim will be rejected. No matter where you live—Westchester, Manhattan, Queens County, Nassau County or Staten Island—you need a commanding SSD attorney representing you, in order to be ensured that you’ll get every penny in benefits you deserve.
SSD Application Will Be Denied Unless 100% Accurate, Medically Detailed and Legally Thorough
Here are the most common SSD application mistakes that result in a rejected SSD claim:
- Medical details left out, including appointments, diagnoses, medications and doctors
- Incomplete working history, which is mandatory for every SSD injury or illness claim
- Financial errors, such as income amounts that don’t match your W-2 tax forms
- Legal inaccuracies, such as the wrong code #s, I.D. #s, employer information or dates
- Application wasn’t meticulously proof-read and corrected before submitting
Whether You Haven’t Applied or Already Got Denied, We Can Help You With Your SSD Case!
SSD applicants usually leave out vital details that result in a denied Social Security Disability claim. Whether it’s those two weeks you worked at a retail shop five years ago, the time you went to the ER after a minor rear-ender back injury or the pain medication you were prescribed afterward, if you left one detail out of your application, New York SSD lawyer Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP will make sure you provide enough information by conducting an in-depth interview with you and asking all the right questions about issues you might not even think to consider. Social Security Disability attorneys Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP are the team you want on your side. Call us at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free evaluation. Your future is at stake.