First, in order to obtain the best advice possible, it is important that an applicant bring all papers, records, and documents they have ever received from the Social Security Administration. This would include denial letters and other notices. Second, bring all medical reports that are currently in your possession. It is especially helpful if a physician has already given an opinion regarding your inability to work. Even if you don't have medical records, provide the names and addresses of all treating physicians so they can be contacted. Third, bring a list of all medications you are currently taking. Fourth, provide a list of the jobs you have held over the past 15 years. Furnishing this information will greatly assist the attorney in providing an initial evaluation of your claim. Contact our office for an initial consultation with a skilled attorney today.