5 Practical Pointers

Nash Disability Law's 5 Practical Pointers for SSDI Qualifications in Chicago

  1. It’s your case, not your neighbor’s case.  People are approved or denied for many different reasons. Be sure your unique story is heard.
  2. It is important to get the right evidence, in front of the right person at the government, at the right time.
  3. Social Security may lose certain documents or claim they never received them. Get written proof that SSA received all of the important documents in your case, to help assure that your case stays on the right track.
  4. Talk with your doctors about your daily health problems and limitations.
  5. If you lost jobs because of your health problems, explain the details. It’s no time to be embarrassed or to hide them.