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Cincinnati SSD Case: Important Documents Needed

Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can be a bit difficult, especially if you don't know what documents you need. It is imperative to have the correct documentation for your Cincinnati SSD case.

As a result, it will save you from the hassle of filing for the benefits again due to rejection. So, if you are not sure what documentation you should have, then find out in this article.

Important Documents Needed for Your Cincinnati SSD Case:

The timeframe for the approval of the SSD benefits claims depends on the documentation that you submit.  If you submit the correct paperwork, you can get the approval earlier than the standard time of 3 to 5 months. Here is all the documentation that you need to have.

Collect all the Medical Records:

First things first, you need to organize all your medical records and documents correctly. Medial documentations are the most important when you are going for a Cincinnati SSD case.

One of the biggest reasons behind the rejection of a great majority of SSD cases is due to incomplete medical documentation. Therefore, it is imperative to gather the following documents to make a strong case for yourself:

Records of test analysis and conclusions from the laboratory

Hospital records, past medical history, clinical results, medication records, and prognoses copies

Diagnoses, admissions, medical visits, treatments, or operations on specific dates

List all pharmaceutical drugs that you are using for your condition, along with the period of time have been using those and their effectiveness

Contact details of the doctors, physicians, doctors, and other medical workers who have been treating you.

Non - medical declarations from individuals such as an employer, siblings or close relative, family friends, colleagues, spouse, neighbors, therapist, social assistance agency workers, counselor, professor, and so on

Furthermore, if there is any other documentation that will make your case strong, you need to include it as well. All of these documentations must confirm that your disability is affecting you in two ways:

You suffer from a medically definable disability

You are unable to engage in (SGA) Significant Gainful Activity due to the extent of your disability

Gather Records of Personal and Family Information:

In addition to the medical documents, you will be needing supporting documents regarding your personal information. Below is the list of some of the necessary documents.

Your Social Security number (SSN)

Your birth certificate in its original form (or a certified copy). If you don't have a birth certificate, the Social Security Administration may consider institutional documents, such as a baptismal certificate for children under the age of five

If you were born abroad in the United States, you will need a nationality certificate or a permanent resident card

Details about your banks' accounts such as bank account number and routing number

Your marriage certificate, also known as a marriage license. It is a legal document that proves your marriage

For any past marriages lasting ten years or longer, a divorce decree is necessary

Any eligible dependents' Social Security numbers, birth certificates, and living circumstances

Furthermore, you will also have to submit the supporting documents for your current and ex-spouses. Also, you need to submit documents for children under the age of 18. If you have any children above the age of studying in secondary school full-time, you will need their documents as well.

Assemble all the Educational Documents:

Apart from the above two documents, the other documents that you will be needing educational and employment documents. It will be the:

  • Last education along with the city and the state where you attended it
  • Any vocational training you have been part of
  • Proof of preceding year's W-2 forms or self-employment tax records
  • Details about employers or self-employment for the present year and the previous two years)
  • When did your medical condition(s) start to interfere with your capacity to work?
  • Categories of occupations you had in the 15 years leading up to your disabling condition
  • Types of responsibilities you were allocated at your most recent job
  • Service in the United States military, including department, nature of service, and periods of duty
  • If you were released from the military before 1968, keep your discharge papers

Hire the Best Social Security Disability Lawyer:

If you want help with your Cincinnati SSD Case, you can turn to Young, Reverman & Mazzei for help. Our years of expertise in handling legal matters surrounding disability help us to be the best at what we do.

If you want a consultation or any legal advice regarding any matter, we are here at your service. Visit the Young, Reverman & Mazzei website to learn more about our services or contact us by giving us a call.

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