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There are a number of forms that are involved in applying




 
There are a number of forms that are involved in applying for social security disability benefits as well as SSI disability benefits. And one of those forms is called the 3368, also known as the disability report form.

What is the disability report? This is actually completed when you file for disability benefits with the social security administration. The form is designed to allow you to provide the basic facts regarding your case. Those facts regard the nature of your physical or mental condition (you'll be asked to list your impairments), when you believe you became disabled, and your medical treatment sources.

The 3368 can be thought of, really, as the point where your fight for disability benefits begins and here's why. After you complete your disability application, it will be transferred by the claims rep who took your claim, out of the social security office where you applied, and to a disability examiner at the state disability agency in your particular state (in most states, this agency will be called DDS, or disability determination services).

Related pages:

1. Disability Attorneys- Will they do your forms for you?
2. What Forms will I need to Complete when I apply for disability?
3. What to do (forms to complete) if you receive a Denial on a Social Security Disability or SSI Case
4. How does a RFC Form help win a Social Security Disability or SSI Claim?

The disability examiner will rely on the information provided on your 3368, or disability report form, to start developing your case and the medical sources you list will allow the examiner to start gathering your records. If you leave off important sources, or do not provide complete contact information, this may potentially cause your case to "move slower" than might otherwise be the case.

When do you fill out form 3368? You can fill this out online, or at the disability application interview with a social security claims representative. Or you can have an attorney do this for you online if you choose to have representation from the very start.















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Information on the following topics can be found here: Social Security Disability Questions and in these subsections:

Frequently asked questions about getting Denied for Disability Benefits | FAQ on Disability Claim Representation | Info about Social Security Disability Approvals and Being Approved | FAQ on Social Security Disability SSI decisions | The SSD SSI Decision Process and what gets taken into consideration | Disability hearings before Judges | Medical exams for disability claims | Applying for Disability in various states | Selecting and hiring Disability Lawyers | Applying for Disability in North Carolina | Recent articles and answers to questions about SSD and SSI


These pages provide answers to basic questions about pursuing disability benefits

How to check the status of my Social Security disability claim
To qualify for disability, what to prove
Preparation to win a disability hearing
Social Security Disability lawyers FAQ
How Much Income Can you Earn If you draw Social Security Disability?
What does Social Security Disability SSI pay, how much?
Social Security Disability Maximum back pay
Social Security Disability Claims and Medical Exams
What is qualifying for disability benefits based on?
Partial Social Security Disability SSI benefits
Filing for disability and financial help
Getting approved after a Social Security Disability Psychological exam
How long does it take to receive disability benefits after you are approved?
Does Social Security Disability Come With Medicaid Benefits?
Applying for Disability or SSI - How long does it take
Can you work if you get Social Security Disability?
Am I eligible to receive disability benefits?
What medical disabilities, conditions qualify for Disability Benefits?
How to get disability for degenerative disc disease
What mental problems qualify for disability?
Conditions that get approved for disability