A Lawyer To Help Gather Your SSDI Medical Records

Without question, gathering detailed, accurate medical documentation is the most complicated and frustrating step in the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) process. A very high percentage of initial claims are rejected by Disability Determination Services (DDS), and inaccurate or incomplete medical records will be the main reason many are turned down.

If you are ready to file for SSDI in the Orlando metropolitan area, or have already filed and been denied benefits, you don't have to fight the Social Security Administration (SSA) on your own. Turn to J. Michael Matthews, P.A., in Longwood, Florida, for help.

Worrying About Gathering Your Medical Records Won't Help. Calling Us Will.

Attorney J. Michael Matthews has been helping people successfully file for benefits for more than 40 years. He understands the medical documentation requirements, and he will work diligently to consult with your doctor and gather the required medical records. Before you worry another minute about how you are going to get through the process, call the firm at 407-278-8418 to schedule a free consultation.

If Your Doctor's Records Aren't Enough
The DDS often requires more than your doctor's diagnosis about a medical impairment. In the event you need expert medical documentation or vocational specialists to verify that your disability will not allow you to continue working, we will find professionals in the field.

When you call to discuss your case, we will explain the steps in the process and the Social Security Disability medical record you will need you to bring to our first meeting, if you have them. Don't worry. If you don't have the information SSDI needs, we will start working to get it for you.

Call us at 407-278-8418 or contact us by email to discuss your case with an experienced lawyer. At J. Michael Matthews, P.A., we are here to help.