In an article recently published on the Hankey Marks & Crider’s site, attorney Melissa A. Davidson encouraged anyone dealing with a disability and hoping to receive Social Security disability benefits to see a medical professional.

According to Davidson’s must know info, any applicant wishing to obtain Social Security disability benefits is required to have their condition confirmed by a doctor who utilizes tests and other applicable means to provide medical proof of the disability. To learn more about what Davidson had to say about disabilities and the SSD process, read the full article here.

The legal team at Hankey Marks & Crider strives to help people in Indiana get the disability benefits they need and deserve. Thus, if you are disabled and seeking financial help, call us at (317) 634-8565 and find out how we may be able to help you.