If You’re Suffering From PTSD, What You Need To Know About Your SSDI Application For Benefits



If you’re suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and want to submit a claim for Social Security Disability benefits, a convincing application with extensive supporting evidence is critical.

Tampa Social Security Disability Lawyer, Mike Murburg says:
You should have a residual functional capacity form when consulting with your physician. This form will give your doctor the opportunity to identify vital information relating to your PTSD condition, in the terms necessary to successfully obtain SSDI benefits.”

When properly filled-out, the RFC form should include information concerning your ability to perform routines without supervision, concentrate on various tasks, follow instructions, communicate, and make occupational decisions.

If you do not submit a PTSD RFC form, then a Social Security Administration authority will make their own conclusions regarding the various limitations and deficits of your PTSD condition, which may lead to a rejection.

The Office of Mike Murburg, P.A., has provided comprehensive representation to disability claimants in disputes arising from the denial of legitimate claims. They have extensive experience, and a long track record of success, in helping claimants file winning applications and appeal unfavorable SSA decisions.

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