Social Security claims representatives take applications for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability (SSI), retirement, and survivor applications. Claims representatives clarify information, resolve discrepancies, and make final eligibility and payment decisions on initial disability claims, retirement claims, and survivor claims.
While claims representatives do not make medical disability determinations for initial disability claims or continuing disability medical reviews, they make the final decision on the disability claim.
Additional Information on:
Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability Questions
- How is the Determination for Disability made by Social Security?
- Will Coronary Artery Heart Disease qualify you for disability?
- Should you get a Disability Lawyer before you File for Disability, or get an answer on your claim?
- How are Decisions on SSDI and SSI Disability Claims made by SSA?
- What makes you disabled for SSD, Social Security Disability Benefits, OR SSI?
- What Is The Difference between SSD and SSI?
- To get a Social Security Disability or SSI Award do you have to have a Permanent Disability?
- How to Apply for Disability, What medical conditions can you apply for disability for ?
- Has my Disability Claim Been Approved?
- How do you apply for disability if you have depression problems ?
- What does it mean if Social Security sends you to a Psychiatrist?
- The SSD, Social Security Disability Date of Application
- Social Security Disability Advice from the Wrong Sources
- Social Security Disability Attorney Qualifications and Expenses
- Will the Medical Rules for Receiving Disability Grant Benefits for Short Term Social Security or SSI?
Homepage for the: Social Security Disability Resource Center