While a Charlotte disability attorney will have the primary job of gathering and collecting information, there are many items that you can gather to assist him or her with your case. By being prepared and having the following information available for your Charlotte disability attorney during your initial consultation, you can help your case get off on the right track. Look for the following information and bring it with you to your initial consultation:
Documents from the Social Security Administration
Bring your attorney any communications that you have received from the Social Security Administration, including denial letters, right to appeal letters, or letters asking for more information.
Bring a copy of your resume and a detailed listing of each job that you have held for the last ten years. Describe your work duties for each job that you had. If you filed workers’ compensation after your illness or injury, bring this information again.
Bring as much medical information as possible. Include a list of the medicines that you take and why you take them. Make a list of your doctors, including their addresses and dates of visits. Write a summary of your disabling conditions.
If you believe that you have other information that your Charlotte disability attorney may find useful, bring this information with you.