If you have applied for SSD or are filing, North Carolina disability lawyers can help. Call Bridgman Law Offices at (704) 815-6055.
When you meet with your North Carolina disability lawyers for the first time it will be necessary to go over the basics of your case. Your attorney will need to gain a thorough understanding of your case right away in order to know how to proceed. The following issues may be discussed in the initial interview.
It is important that you provide your North Carolina disability lawyers with as much information as you can about your disability. He will need to know what your impairment is and how it affects you. He will then ask you to sign certain documents that are needed. One of these is the Appointment of Representative. This gives your attorney authority to act on your behalf in matters related to your case. You need to sign consent forms so that he can obtain medical and vocational records as well.
It is very important that you have a record of how your impairment affects your daily life. This is important because should your case go before an administrative law judge, you will need to be able to testify and explain to the judge specifics about your impairment. One good method is to keep a daily journal. In the journal, you will record your symptoms and severity, good and bad days, and any issues such as seizures or other maladies. This diary may be used as evidence on your behalf during the hearing.
If you have applied for SSD but have been denied or are filing the initial application, North Carolina disability lawyers can help. Call Bridgman Law Offices at (704) 815-6055.
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