MEDICAL & SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS
Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, P.C.
Sustaining Member NOSSCR — Handling SSD and SSI Claims Nationwide
Member of the Social Security Disability Advisory Board of the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification.
As a medical provider or social service professional, you naturally want to make certain that when you make a referral your patient will receive high quality professional services. If you believe that a current client of yours is unable to work and may deserve to receive either Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income — we would like you to consider us.
At the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, P.C., our attorneys focus solely on handling SSD and SSI claims and, over the past 18 years, have helped more than 25,000 individuals nationwide. Mr. Shore is a member of the Social Security Disability Advisory Board of the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification and our attorneys are active members in the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives (NOSSCR). As one of the largest law firms dedicated to SSD and SSI claims in the Mid-Atlantic region, our firm has the resources to provide the quality of representation that your patient deserves.
Unlike many lawyers who dabble in SSD and SSI claims, this is not a side business for us. This is our only business. We know what we are doing and we invite you to contact us at any time to learn more about the services we can provide to your patients/clients.
What You Can Do to Help
There are several things that you can do to help your patient to receive the benefits they deserve.
You can help by documenting your patient's condition in as much detail as possible and indicate limitations that explain the reasons why your patient can no longer work. Submit to us or to Social Security copies of your treatment notes when requested and remember that every little detail can help. Other helpful actions include keeping records that a lay person can understand and providing your patient with appropriate referrals to specialists and for diagnostic testing. Social Security relies on medical providers and other professionals to determine a person’s exertional and nonexertional limitations. For this reason, providing a residual functional capacity form or other statements related to the patient's ability to perform daily activities can be valuable. Please keep in mind that the attorney fees in these cases can be minimal and that your patients themselves must pay all your fees for treatment and for copying records and completing forms.
If you are a social service professional and are working with a disabled client who needs SSD/SSI or Medicaid/Medicare — Contact the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, P.C.
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