If you do not treat regularly for your medical problems, you probably cannot win your case. There are some rare instances where this is not true. But generally you must be seeking active treatment for your condition to be considered disabled.
Many clients come to my office complaining of what they say are terrible medical problems. I ask how often they go to the doctor. They say never. I then tell them that they don’t have much of a case. Regular treatment is probably the most critical factor which makes Social Security judges willing to find someone disabled.
It is a stark reality, but generally unless you are going for treatment regularly you probably cannot win your disability case. Whatever the reason is for not getting such treatment, it is very unlikely that one of Social Security’s judges will grant you benefits in such a situation. Treatment is absolutely necessary.
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