You cannot be approved for disability if you do not have the medical evidence to prove your claim.
Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that non-medical evidence can be important for supporting your claim. Although it’s important not to forget about non-medical evidence, you absolutely can’t be approved for disability without the right medical evidence. The following is a list from our disability attorney in Louisville of the medical evidence you’ll need to support your claim.
#1. Medical History
Your medical history is very important for demonstrating just how much your disability has affected your life. Your medical history is not only important for proving that you have a disability, it also shows how much you’ve declined. Additionally, your medical history also shows that you’ve complied with your doctor’s requests.
#2. Clinical Findings
Any mental or physical status examinations that you’ve undergone after you became disabled need to be represented in your medical evidence. If you have records from these kinds of evaluations before your disability, it is also important to include them, as they demonstrate how the disability affects you.
This one seems pretty obvious, but it is an incredibly important thing to include in your medical evidence. Without the diagnosis, it will be very difficult to prove your disability.
These are just a few pieces of medical evidence that you’ll want to provide the SSA. Would you like to learn more? If so, please stay tuned for our disability lawyer’s next blog.