How a New York Resident Should Respond to a Social Security Disability Appointment Letter
Frank J. Dito, Jr.
If you are a New York resident who has applied for Social Security disability benefits, you may receive a Social Security disability appointment letter. While you can receive different types of correspondence from the administration office, there are 2 most commonly received letters.
- The First Type is one requesting a medical examination. You are required to undergo a medical examination to help determine if your medical condition meets the qualifications for disability benefits.
- The Second Type is one telling you when your hearing date is scheduled. Make certain you note this date, and make arrangements to attend.
You should know your response to any type of Social Security disability appointment letter is vital. No matter the purpose of your letter, you not only must respond, but you must do so as quickly as possible.
Read the instructions carefully to understand what is expected of you, what instructions you are being given and what paperwork you may need. Too many claimants fail to respond, which can put a claim at risk.
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