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What can I expect during a Social Security disability review if I have MS?

Social Security hires its own doctors to determine disability. If you have multiple sclerosis (MS), they will already have your records from your neurologist and will have reviewed them. Unless instructed to do so, you do not need to bring any films or other information with you. At the meeting, they will ask you some questions and do a neurological exam. On the basis of your records and exam findings, they will determine whether or not you are disabled. It really is pretty straightforward.

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