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Beyond the Medical Records: Alternative Evidence for Disability

2019-09-20T02:02:12-04:00

If you sign up with an advocate or representative, they will also ask about treating history and send requests for records to various medical providers. But what if you don’t have much care? What if your medical records don’t paint a very clear picture of your limitations?

Beyond the Medical Records: Alternative Evidence for Disability2019-09-20T02:02:12-04:00

Veteran’s Choice Program

2019-09-20T02:08:44-04:00

Veterans have long struggled to receive timely and quality care from the VA health care system. In response, Congress created the “Choice Program” as part of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014.

Veteran’s Choice Program2019-09-20T02:08:44-04:00

Medicare Eligibility under SSDI

2019-09-20T01:43:32-04:00

If you are awarded Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you are eligible for certain Medicare benefits after a 24-month waiting period, which begins the date you first become eligible to receive disability benefits.

Medicare Eligibility under SSDI2019-09-20T01:43:32-04:00

Getting a ‘Medical Source Statement’ From Your Doctor about Your Disability

2019-09-20T01:45:01-04:00

One of the strongest pieces of medical evidence you can submit to the Social Security Administration when applying for disability is a medical source statement from one of your medical providers.

Getting a ‘Medical Source Statement’ From Your Doctor about Your Disability2019-09-20T01:45:01-04:00