In advance of making your initial Social Security Disability claim, you should be sure you can provide to the following Disability Documents needed to file for Social Security Disability in Missouri and Arkansas and other information needed to complete your application:
• Military Service discharge information (Form DD 214) for all periods of active duty
• W-2 Form (or your IRS 1040 and Schedules C and SE if self-employed) from prior year
• Social Security Number(s) for you, your spouse and minor children
• Checking and/or savings account number(s) and bank routing number(s), if you want Direct Deposit for your benefit checks
In addition, you will need to file a Social Security Adult Disability Report to assess the nature of your illness or injury. As one of the top disability attorney at law firms, we will also use this information to properly represent you when applying or appealing a Social Security Disability claim on your behalf.
You should also be prepared to provide the following for your disability claim:
• Name, address and phone number of someone the Social Security Administration can contact about your medical conditions and can help with your claim.
• Names, addresses, phone numbers, patient ID numbers, and dates of treatment for all doctors, hospitals, and clinics. Use your medical records as reference.
• Names and dates of medical tests you have had and who sent you for them. Again, reference your medical records.
• Names of medicines you are taking and who prescribed them. Use your medicine bottles for details.
• Types of work and dates you worked for your last 5 jobs. Be prepared to go back 15 years.
• Information about any insurance or workers’ compensation claims you filed, such as claim number and name, address and phone number of insurance company.
Now that you have information necessary to apply for Social Security Disability, you can complete the disability application online.
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More helpful legal information related to Social Security Disability:
- How your age impacts receiving disability benefits
- How do the SSDI and SSI disability programs differ
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