What Information Is Needed To File For Disability Benefits? Facebook Like Google+ Share

Personal, medical, and employment information is needed to file for disability benefits

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When you begin your application to file for Social Security Disability Benefits, you may be overwhelmed. The list of questions is long, and it is a time consuming process. Below is a list of information you will be required to provide.

Personal Information

• Name
• Gender
• Social Security number
• Date and place of birth
• Citizenship status
• Military status
• Government employment status
• Marital status
• Current/previous spouse’s age or date of birth
• Dates and locations of marriages/divorces
• Names of unmarried children under 18 or disabled before age 22

Medical Information

• Date you became unable to work
• Dates and locations you have received medical treatment

Employment Information

• Names and addresses of employers/self-employment information for past 15 years
• Yearly earnings for this year and last


• Arrest/felony/warrant status
• Additional benefits you filed or intend to file for

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If you are in the process of completing your online application, or would like us to complete this application for you, call us now. We have submitted thousands of initial applications for SSDI and SSI benefits, know what information we need from you in order to complete the application, and will get it done for you.

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