Before your Macomb County Social Security disability attorney can tell you about the date of the hearing, you are only obligated to call him or her about something serious that happened in your life, such as hospitalization.
Your Macomb County Social Security disability attorney does not have to be briefed on your routine medical care. But your lawyer does need names and addresses of your treating doctor and dates of all medical treatment between now and the hearing, so keep track of such information. It will help your lawyer if you collect business cards of all doctors and give them to your lawyer if he or she requests a medical care update.
You will most likely receive a medical care form along with a letter about your hearing date (both sent by your lawyer), on which you must write down all of the medical care you’ve received from the time you first congregated with your lawyer.
Before the Macomb County Social Security disability attorney tells you when the hearing will he held, there’s most likely no need for you call your lawyer regarding your case. But contact the lawyer promptly should one of the following occur:
You may also call your attorney about any questions you may have about your case.
Macomb County Social Security disability attorneys, J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, are experienced in Social Security disability cases and will fight for your rights. Please contact us today at 1-800-331-3530 for a free initial consultation.