How long does it take SSA to get medical records?

4 to 6 months is the average amount of time it takes for a decision to transpire. Properly organized medical records and any other evidence needed to make a decision are a huge factor in this time frame.

Can Social Security Administration get my medical records?

Yes, the Social Security Administration is now able to obtain a claimant’s medical records. It may be a good idea to consult with a social security attorney before leaving this step completely to the Social Security administration.

Can you get SSDI/SSI without medical records?

Although it is possible to obtain SSA without submitting medical records, it is highly recommended to consult with a social security disability attorney before attempting to claim SSA without providing medical records. More times than not, this can lead to being denied SSI if not handled correctly.

What medical information should be included in the disability report?

⦁ physician examination and treatment notes
⦁ mental health records
⦁ bloodwork panels
⦁ reports of imaging studies (MRI, CAT scan, and X-rays)