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Impairment causing you to miss all or most work? Don't wait to appy for SSDI

Claimant suffers from multiple debilitating ailments. This person stopped working 10 years ago but for whatever reason did not file an application until recently. Probably because of hopes of improving and getting back to work.

This is an extreme example but highlights a situation many find themselves in. Once this claimant finally decides to appy, the date last insured had passed (2010). The application was denied becasue Social Security said the condition was not disabling prior to when the claimant's insurance for SSDI lapsed. Generally when this happens the claimant can further develop the record to prove her case but after the insurance has lapsed there is little that can be done to prove what a person's condition was years ago. This is especially true if the applicant is not treating with the same doctors as she was when she had insurance or as in this case, the doctors were unwilling to assist with the claim.

Moral of the story--if your impairment substantially prevents you from working now and you are not certain that you will recover within 12 months, file you application. Call Busch Law Offices for more details.

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