Common SSD Application Mistakes
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In order to successfully file a Social Security Disability claim, the Social Security Administration requires meticulous and accurate details about your injury or illness, work history and other details about your day-to-day life. If you fail to include seemingly small details - such as a full list of every doctor who treated you or list of medications you were prescribed - your claim will be rejected.
The following are the most common application mistakes that result in a rejected Social Security Disability claim in Pennsylvania:
- Medical details are left out, such as appointments, diagnoses, medications and a list of physicians who treated your condition.
- Your work history is incomplete. To file a successful SSD application, a complete work history is mandatory.
- Financial errors, such as W-2 tax forms and income amounts that do not match.
- Legal inaccuracies, such as incorrect employer information, identification numbers, code numbers or dates.
- Other errors that may occur when your application isn't proofread before submission.
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At the Law Offices of Richard A. Jaffe, LLC, we understand that sorting through such details can be difficult. You may have undergone years of medical treatment, omitted details from a job you worked years ago or failed to mention a trip to the emergency room after a minor accident. We will make sure you provide enough information by conducting an in-depth interview with you. We know the right questions to ask. We know the common issues applicants face.