Ex Social Security Disability Claims Examiner gives information and tips on getting favorable Disability Insurance Benefits & SSI decisions. Check disability claim status, preview forms, find attorneys, advocates and more.
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Knowing when and how to check your Social Security Disability claim status (SSDI) or your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits application can speed up the time it takes to receive a decision. This former disability examiner explains how to check on a Social Security Disability claim in the right way.
Giving a complete work history is crucial in documenting your social security disability claim.Many claimants gloss over telling how long they had to sit, stand or bend in their previous work or fail to tell how much lifting they had to do. An incomplete work report can cost you your benefits.
A few tips on what Social Security Disability Examiners look for in evaluating common disease conditions, including back problems, arthritis, fractures, vision, asthma, COPD, CAD, HBP, CHF, chronic liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes, seizures, and mental allegations.
If your Social Security Disability or SSI medical condition is severe and meets a blue book listing, you can get fast approval and or presumptive disability benefits while your examiner processes your claim.
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If you are an SSI applicant with a disabling condition, you may qualify to receive immediate benefits for up to six months while the disability claims examiner gathers evidence to support your claim for disability. This is called Presumptive Disability.