Information for Current Clients
Often we are asked by our clients for advice concerning their claim for Disability benefits. We have compiied this list of things that you should and should not do in response to their requests.
Things which you should NOT do:

Frequently Asked Questions

The Basics of Social Security

Overview of the process

Social Security - A Primer for Attorneys
An article by Tracy Tyson Miller

  • Do NOT speak with anyone from the Social Security Administration without talking to our office.
  • Do NOT attend any appointments with physicians that the SSA sets up for you without talking to Ms. Miller.
  • Do NOT return to work without discussing the matter with Ms. Miller.
  • Do NOT change your address or telephone number without notifying our office.
Things which you SHOULD do:
  • Get regular medical care
  • Ask your physicians if they are willing to complete a brief medical assessment or provide a narrative letter outlining your medical problems.
  • Make sure our office ALWAYS knows how to contact you.
  • If you return to work, contact our office.
  • Send a copy of any Worker's Compensation documents to our office.
  • Notify us of any new medical problems that are diagnosed, any new physicians you see or any hospitalization that occurs.
As always if you have ANY unanswered questions E-Mail them or call the
Law Office of Tracy Tyson Miller
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