Remember when your high school or college teacher used to pass out a blue book for you to take a test? We promise this isn’t a test, but the Social Security Blue Book may still be relevant to your recovery.
Answers to Common Questions About the Social Security Blue Book
Since this isn’t a test, we will give you the answers to some common questions about the Social Security Blue Book.
- When might I hear about the Blue Book? You may hear your Omaha doctor mention the Blue Book. The Blue Book is also known as “Disability Evaluation Under Social Security” and is a guide for physicians and healthcare professionals.
- What is the Blue Book? The book explains Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and what kind of information the doctor can provide to help the Social Security Administration issue prompt decisions on Social Security disability benefits.
- Can I access the Blue Book? Yes, you can visit the Social Security Administration’s website and find out more information about the Blue Book.
Now that you have a basic understanding of the Blue Book, it is important to know that you don’t have to be responsible for knowing its contents inside and out. Instead, you have the right to have your Omaha Social Security disability application handled by an experienced lawyer.
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