It is likely that you won’t have to call your Lowell Social Security attorney before he or she tells you when and where your hearing will take place. However, you legal representative may need to assess the situation if you encounter any of the following:
You don’t have to call your Lowell Social Security attorney if the medical care you received could be considered routine. However, it is important to note the dates of all appointments that precede your hearing.
Also, bear in mind that, at the same time you get your “hearing date” letter from your attorneys, they will also send you a form asking you to detail the medical care rendered on your behalf since you first met with them.
It is crucial to give any attorney you meet with the full list of names and addresses for your healthcare providers. If you want to get a head start, your lawyer would likely appreciate you collecting business cards for doctors, therapists, and other practitioners. This may be very valuable when your attorney needs your current medical status.
Do not hesitate to call your Lowell Social Security attorney if you have other questions regarding your case during the course of the proceedings. Gerard Palma can assist you at every stage of your case. Call today!