While medical records are the main source of Social Security disability evidence, lots of people stop there. The sad truth is medical records often are not enough to win disability benefits. And, if you have no health insurance, you may not even be able to see a doctor (and medical records may not be an option). So, whether your goal is to strengthen your disability claim, or you need alternative sources of evidence, you may need to think outside the box. This inaugural episode of Disability Tips goes over some of the unsung and overlooked sources of Social Security disability evidence. Learn how documents from schools, former employers and agencies can improve your chances of winning Social Security disability benefits.
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