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When you become disabled, it’s important to file your application for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits as soon as possible. It can take the Social Security Administration (SSA) more than three to five months to review your initial application, and, even then, you may be denied and forced to file an appeal for the benefits you need.
One of the best ways to get approved for benefits is to complete a thorough and detailed application. The North Carolina Social Security Disability lawyers at Crumley Roberts are here to answer any questions you have so you can apply now.
Documentation for Your Application
The SSA needs to evaluate your medical history, work history, and income and household information. Gathering accurate and complete documentation is imperative to getting approved. You will be asked to provide the following information:
- Your Social Security number;
- Your birth or baptismal certificate;
- Names, addresses, and phone numbers of the doctors, caseworkers, hospitals, and clinics that took care of you and the dates of your visits;
- Names and dosage of all medications you’re prescribed;
- Medical records from your doctors, therapists, hospitals, clinics, and caseworkers;
- Laboratory and test results;
- A summary of where you worked and the kind of work you did;
- and a copy of your most recent W-2 Form (Wage and Tax Statement) or, if you are self-employed, your federal tax return for the past year.
Our legal team can help you collect the necessary information you need to complete your application.
Filing Your Application
There are three ways you can apply for benefits, which include:
Complete the SSA’s online disability application by visiting the Social Security website.
- On the Phone
Call (800) 772-1213 to request that someone from the SSA take your claim via telephone.
- In Person
Call the number above to schedule an appointment or visit your local SSA office.
Don’t wait to apply for benefits. If you have questions, call our Social Security Disability attorneys at or complete a free initial consultation form.Free Initial Consultation