Longmont, CO asked in Social Security for Colorado

Q: Need advice for up coming appointment

I've applied for SSD back in November 2015 for a congenital heart defect and mental illness, I have an appointment with a psychologist coming up soon that was scheduled by SS I'm wondering what I should going into that appointment with they told me I wouldn't need anything but I know the rate of actually winning your case is very slim. As of right now I can do no physical activities due to my heart not working properly and it will act up during periods of rest and working out side the home with people is becoming a problem being bipolar and schizophrenia. I don't know what I should and should say or bring so I need some advice

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Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
  • Fort Collins, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: The best advice is to be honest. Since the Justia Q&A is not privileged (because no attorney client relationship exists), coaching cannot be provided. I recommend that you bring all relevant medical and SSD documents with you - you probably won't need them, but you never know...

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