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Working With Your Doctor To Build A Strong Claim

A collaborative approach to Social Security Disability claims is more than just interacting with clients; it also involves consulting medical professionals, particularly our clients’ physicians. At the St. Louis law firm of Crowe & Shanahan, we work with doctors to ensure that the factual information about our clients’ disability is communicated properly in an SSDI or SSI claim.

A note from your doctor will not suffice. Your attorney will need detailed information for your case. Contact us online or by calling us at 314-231-6660 or toll free at 1-877-213-7793 so we can immediately start working with your physician.

Vital Medical Records In Your Disability Claim

Your medical treatment records are your best asset in filing a Social Security Disability claim. The facts in that documentation are important. However, the way the information is written can mean the difference between application acceptance and denial.

Collaborating With Your Physician On Your Disability Claim

At Crowe & Shanahan, we can ensure that your disability is adequately explained to the Social Security Administration. With that in mind, we take a hands-on approach when working with your doctor or other health care providers to gather all the necessary information that will let us help you.

Increasing Your Chances For Success

If the administrative law judge understands what is put in front of them, they are more likely to accept the application. We will work hard to make that information available and understandable to increase your chances for SSDI benefits.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a disability claim, please contact us today.