Social Security Disability attorneys will tell you that medical evidence is the lynch pin in a disability case. That is, you must prove you have the medical conditions you're complaining of and the only way to do this is through regular treatment with your doctor.
But it can be equally important for you to know your work history. Work history played a big role in a recent case where the claimant got a fully favorable decision. She had complaints that she had a lot of jobs but was never able to keep any of them because of her symptoms. She would get a job, do well for a while, but would ultimately experience a worsening of her symptoms as a result of the everyday stress at work. When this would happen, she would lose her job and the cycle would repeat.
This type of evidence can be invaluable in your Social Security disability case. If you've had a similar situation with your work history, make sure to let your experienced attorney know. He or she will be able to use this information to help you win your case.
The Mobile, Alabama attorneys at Gardberg & Kemmerly are here to help you in your disability case. Please consider us if you are applying for Social Security Disability benefits.