Your Job History Summary
What does job history have to do with my benefits?
The job history summary is a key ingredient in determining your eligibility for disability benefits. Your job history provides the various types of work that you have done in the past and will enable the SSA to establish if there may be some other type of work you are qualified to perform with your disability.
For example, if you have been a construction worker your entire life and you can no longer perform that work due to a permanent physical disability, those reviewing that claim can see from the job history summary that you cannot seek another job as an accountant or bookkeeper. The information you provide is essential to the determination of your claim so we recommend that you use the services of an educated lawyer from our firm to assist you.
Why You Need a Social Security Disability Attorney
Our vast experience in this field over the past 17 years has taught us that you must provide adequate information in an easily understandable format to have the highest possible chance of claim acceptance. If the information is not complete or is illegible, you could be denied benefits because it appears you may be qualified for other types of work.
It is also a possibility that your claim will be kicked back to you with additional questions because the information provided was incomplete. All of these traps and obstacles can be avoided with the help of our experienced team of professionals. Many people attempt to complete these forms on their own and only approach us after months, or years, of delays and rejections. We encourage you to take advantage of our experience and knowledge so that you can receive the benefits you deserve as quickly as possible.