Columbia Disability Lawyer Answers FAQs about Medical Forms

Doctor Discussing Medicine in His Clinic With a PatientThroughout every phase of your Social Security Disability case, your Columbia disability lawyer will be advising you of what to expect next. The following are frequently asked questions about forms and your medical records during a Social Security disability hearing. If you have any further questions about forms or medical records for your hearing, contact your Columbia disability lawyer.

Will I Need to Provide Medical Reports or Records for My Lawyer?

You will not need to provide any medical reports or records for your lawyer on your own. Your lawyer will let you know if they require your medical records for your case.

What if My Doctor Gives Me My Medical Report?

If you receive a completed disability form from your doctor that is meant to go to your insurance company, in that case you will want to be sure to send a copy to your disability lawyer.

What Should I Do If I Receive a Form from the Judge to be Filled Out by My Doctor?

In some disability cases, there may be a form that your doctor will need to fill out in regards to how much work you are able to do. In this case, call your lawyer if you receive a form directly from the judge. Your disability lawyer will advise you what to do next.

Will I Need to Send Anything to the Judge?

It is advised that you do not send anything to the judge without first running it by your lawyer.

Will I Need to Send Anything to My Lawyer When I Receive My Notice of Hearing?

You will not need to send anything to your lawyer, however the Acknowledgment of Notice of Hearing will need to be sent back to the judge. You lawyer will not need to review before sending.

CONTACT A COLUMBIA DISABILITY LAWYER

For an experienced professional in Columbia social security law, contact your local disability lawyer today from the Bridgman Law Offices at (888) 632-9912. At the Bridgman Law Offices, our Columbia disability lawyer will help you fight for the best possible outcome in your disability case.