The SSA provides excellent forms for many sources of information in a disability case.  The problem is that SSA Forms are difficult to find in the thousands and thousands of pages of SSA literature.

This is a good starting point to review those SSA Forms for information as it relates to your disability case.  Generally, but certainly NOT ALWAYS, delivering this information to the SSA in a format to which they are accustomed and which includes those matters the SSA believes to be relevant can be helpful.

For this reason it is crucial to review the SSA Disability Forms to determine whether you may provide the SSA with information they believe will be helpful in analyzing your claim.

SSA Disability Forms  Start Here!

In the “Topic” Box on the left choose the term:  “Disability.”

Listed you will see the following SSA Standardized Forms:

HA-501 Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge
HA-520 Request for Review of Decision/Order of Administrative Law Judge
HA-539 Notice Regarding Substitution of Party Upon Death of Claimant
HA-4608 Waiver of Your Right to Personal Appearance Before an Administrative Law Judge
HA-4631 Claimant’s Recent Medical Treatment
HA-4632 Claimant’s Medications
HA-4633 Claimant’s Work Background
Online Apply for retirement, spouse’s or Medicare benefits
Online Apply for disability benefits
Online Adult Disability Report
SSA-3375 Function Report – Child Birth to 1st Birthday
SSA-3380 Function Report – Adult – Third Party Form
SSA-3381 Medical and Job Worksheet Adult
SSA-3820 Disability Report – Child
SSA-3881 Questionnaire for Children Claiming SSI Benefits
SSA-5665 Teacher Questionnaire