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Advantages Of Completing Social Security Forms


Completing the Social Security forms as a worksheet prior to an interview with a Social Security representative:

  • Gives you time to review your answers to be sure you don't leave anything out.
  • Helps assure you'll answer the questions in the way that is best for your chances of getting approval.
  • SSDI claims are not won based on what you say (since proof is needed), but they can be lost that way. Completing the forms:
    • Helps keep what you say to the minimum. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something that may later be used to deny your claim.
    • Helps keep you from saying something that you may later regret.
  • Assures that your version of the situation is in your file. You can give a copy of your worksheet to the representative and tell him or her that you want the worksheet included in your file.
  • Speeds the process.

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