New Social Security Disability Rule Proposed
A new rule put forward by the Social Security Administration would require those applying for disability benefits to provide all relevant medical information to the presiding judge, regardless of whether the information hurts or helps their case.
The proposed rule, which is currently in the public comment stage, is largely in response to accusations that large Social Security disability firms withhold medical information that is disadvantageous to their clients.
At Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter, our Orlando Social Security disability attorneys carefully follow all developments in the field, including new regulations.
If you live in the Orlando, Florida area and need an experienced Social Security disability attorney to help with your claim, please call Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter today at (407) 712-7300 for a free consultation.
Because most initial Social Security disability claims are initially denied, the appeals process is incredibly important. Medical records are particularly valuable evidence in an appeal.
Critics have long alleged that the Social Security disability system is overly generous to applicants, ignoring the extreme difficulty most people experience as they try to navigate the system.
Our Social Security disability attorneys are committed to representing you effectively and ethically. We follow all SSA regulations while doing everything we can to help you.
If you’re a resident of the Orlando, Florida area in need of a skilled Social Security disability attorney, please contact Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter today for a free consultation.