The Importance Of Medical Records

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How Medical Records Factor Into Disability Claims

Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) exist to help people with debilitating, long-term disabilities. If you live with a disability, you may know full well the extent of your limitations and the effect they have on your day-to-day life. However, the Social Security Administration will not rely on your word alone. Medical evidence is critical for proving both physical and psychological disabilities.

Let Us Help You Build A Strong Case

At the disability law firm of Burgess & Christensen, we can help you present a strong case. We have helped thousands of people get the financial benefits they so desperately need and deserve.

Our legal team includes not only highly experienced attorneys, but also medical record specialists who know how to obtain, analyze, organize and present the detailed medical evidence that is so essential to your case.

Medical records can make or break your case. At our firm, you can benefit from the trusted experience of our disability lawyers and medical record specialists.

Make The Most of Your Opportunities

Medical records play an important role at every stage of the Social Security process. The initial application is your first opportunity to present a strong case. Submitting the right medical evidence can reduce the risk of prolonging the process through additional hearings and appeals. Even if your initial application was denied, however, you may still have several meaningful opportunities to present medical records in support of your claim.

No matter where you are in the process, turn to Burgess & Christensen for experienced legal help. We devote our careers exclusively to the disability law field. As a result, our entire office is well-versed in the nuances of Social Security law, and we will do everything we can to place your case on solid footing.

Free Case Review

To learn more about medical records and Social Security Disability claims, contact us online or call 833-575-2798. We offer free case evaluations for new potential clients. Based in Marietta, we represent people with disabilities throughout Georgia.