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You may be wondering whether or not you are going to the right doctor for your disability needs. How do you know what your treating doctor is telling the Social Security Administration? Watch this video as Texas disability benefits lawyer Carl Weisbrod, of Morgan & Weisbrod, explains how our law firm works with your doctor to make it easier for us to assist with your case.
The way in which a doctor writes a report can be very critical to your SSD case, which is why at Morgan & Weisbrod we contact your doctors. We know that doctors can sometimes do more harm than good with their statements and reports. We will make it easier for your doctor by sending him a list of questions that require simple check mark answers. We also will spend a few minutes on the phone with your doctor and draft up a statement based on the conversation. This way, all your doctor has to do is review it, make changes, and sign off on it. We will do everything we can to obtain helpful evidence from your treating doctor to support your claim.
Our experienced Dallas, Texas Social Security Disability attorneys at Morgan & Weisbrod know how to obtain statements that will truly help with your case. Call us today for your free, no-obligation legal consultation at (800) 800-6353, and get the benefits to which you are entitled. You also can view the legal library, articles, and frequently asked questions on our website.
by Carl M. Weisbrod Managing Partner of Morgan & Weisbrod, Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law