DOCTORS: Resources for Doctors
The following resources have been created just for you. We know that the Social Security Disability rules and regulations can be complex, and sometimes, completely arbitrary. It is a difficult system to navigate. It is no wonder that doctors who want to help their patients obtain benefits often end up frustrated and giving up.
Please know – we are here to help! We will let you know what your patient needs from you, so you can get back to doing what you do best – practicing medicine. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We love working with doctors who want to help their patients with this process.
The main thing to remember is that your patient needs your help to win and you can make a big difference in their case.
Deborah L. Hardin, Managing Attorney
As you are aware, your patient suffers from Inflammatory Arthritis. He or she is applying for disability benefits and needs your help to prove this claim.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) views the opinion of a treating doctor…
SPOILER ALERT: SSA does NOT CARE if you (the doctor!) think your patient is disabled! Ridiculous? Yes. But, there it is.
But, SSA DOES CARE about the SYMPTOMS and LIMITATIONS …
Some doctors and therapists are hesitant to play any part in a patient’s legal case. This is understandable because…
In cases involving litigation:
if a doctor compl…
The Social Security Administration (SSA) views the opinion of a treating doctor as extremely valuable in a disability claim. Your MS patient needs you to provide an opinion based on your understanding of your patient’s symptoms and kn…
Does your patient need help applying for Social Security Disability?
If your patient is disabled and needs help navigating the Social Security Disability system. Have him or her Contact Deborah at The Hardin Law Firm, PLC, to help with the SSD appeal.
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Originally published May 17, 2015 on thehardinlawfirm.com.
Last updated: February 21, 2017 at 11:58 am
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