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Getting Ready for Your Social Security Disability Hearing - Part II

During the course of your claim the medications prescribed by your doctors always change. When you receive the hearing notice, it is always a good idea to notify your attorney of your current treatment regimen. In addition, the side effects caused by your medication can have a significant impact on your ability to work. Please make sure both your treating doctors and your attorney are aware of the side effects you experience. It is often helpful for this information to be included in your medical records to bolster the testimony you provide about this at the hearing.

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