If you are seeking Social Security Disability benefits, you are telling the United States government that you have a health concern—a disabling condition. But, if you don’t have doctor records to support your claim, the government may not believe that you are truly disabled. That’s why it’s crucial for Social Security Disability benefit claimants to receive medical treatment for their disabling conditions.
But this presents a problem for a lot of clients. Many of them are struggling to pay their existing bills. They cannot afford to pay a doctor’s consultation fee, let alone the costs associated with laboratory work and tests. What should these people do?
Fortunately, there are options for receiving free or reduced-price medical treatment. The Social Security Disability attorneys at Morgan & Weisbrod, LLP, know about helpful resources. The experienced lawyers with clients to see that they get access to needed healthcare treatments. For example, counties provide medical care for indigent people. Some clinics may also provide free or low-cost medical care. And, some agencies assist people who cannot pay their medical bills.
If you would like to discuss the possibility of receiving Social Security Disability benefits, contact the Texas disability benefit lawyers at Morgan & Weisbrod, LLP. You may fill out an online form, or call us at 800-800-6353. We will meet with you for a consultation. Or, if you prefer, we can send you a free copy of our book, Social Security Disability: What You Need To Know.
by Paul B. Burkhalter Managing Partner of Morgan & Weisbrod, Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law.