If I think I have a Social Security disability claim, what do I need to do?
If you think that you might be entitled to social security disability or have a claim for that the best bet is to contact an attorney’s office as soon as possible. They will want to have information such as, what are your impairments? Is it your back, your neck, do you have cancer, do you have a mental impairment? Whatever those impairments are the attorney will need to know that. As well as what your past work history is. Your past work history is important to determine what past relevant work is to see if you could possibly do it in the future based on your impairments. Once you get that information and contact information for your medical providers to the attorney, the attorney can then investigate and get the necessary evidence to be able to pursue your claim.
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