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The Importance of Workers' Compensation Records in Social Security Disability Claims

If one of the reasons why you are unable to work stems from a workers' compensation injury, please make sure your attorney knows all the physicians you were sent to for evaluation and treatment. The only one concern that exists is that the doctors used by the workers' compensation insurance companies can often be hostile to the patient and will therefore produce medical records that would not be helpful in pursuing a Social Security disability case. Please make sure your attorney is aware of any information you have about whether a physician was helpful or antagonistic to you in your workers' compensation case.

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