Social Security Disability Forms

Applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be a daunting task. Depending on the details of your claim, you may need to complete a lot of paperwork during the application process. That’s why the Social Security Disability attorneys at Fields Law Firm are here to help determine what Social Security Disability forms you will need to get approved for benefits.

Don’t let errors or omissions on your Social Security Disability paperwork keep you from getting approved for benefits. Our experienced legal staff is available to answer your questions about the application process. Just call 1-888-343-5375 or fill out a free contact request form to Get Fields!

Social Security Disability Forms

Here are just a few of the forms we complete on your behalf when we file for your Social Security Disability application or appeal.

  • Social Security Disability Benefits
    The first step is to complete an application for Social Security Disability benefits. The form includes a link to the Adult Disability Report where we would provide the SSA details about your illnesses, injuries, conditions, and work history.
  • Authorization to Disclose Information to the SSA
    The next form we would complete allows the SSA and officials from your state’s disability determination services to collect your medical evidence when considering your application for Social Security Disability benefits.
  • Disability Report Appeal
    If you were denied disability benefits for medical reasons, we would fill out this form to request the SSA to take another look at your claim.
  • Request for Reconsideration
    If your first application for benefits was denied, we would request the SSA take a second look at your disability claim. It’s often filed in conjunction with the Disability Report Appeal and the Authorization to Disclose Information to the Social Security Administration.
  • Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge
    If necessary, we would request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) based on the Request for Reconsideration decision letter.

If you have questions about filing your disability claim, contact us anytime. No matter where you are in the process, Fields Law is here to help you get the benefits you need.