Social Security Disability Forms
If you are trying to file for Social Security Disability benefits you can call the Social Security Administration to set up a telephone or in-person interview, or you can complete the application process on-line. The Social Security Administration recommends completing the Adult Disability checklist to ensure you have all the information your need to complete the application.
The Social Security Administration provides all Social Security Disability forms for free. If you have questions or can not find the information you need you can contact the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213(TTY1-800-325-0778). The Social Security Administration is also available to help you complete the forms.
For many claimants the following Social Security Disability Forms will need to be completed. All forms are not applicable for every Social Security Disability claimant. Each form serves a specific purpose and provides the Social Security Administration with pertinent information they need to make your disability decision.
- SSA-827 Authorization to Disclose Information to the Social Security Administration
- SSA-199 Vocational Rehabilitation Provider Claim
- SSA-545 Plan for Achieving Self-Support
- SSA-546 Worker's Compensation/Public Disability Questionnaire
- SSA-820 Work Activity Report (Self-Employed Person)
- SSA-821 Work Activity Report
- SSA-1365 State Agency Ticket Assignment Form Ticket To Work and Self Sufficiency Program
- SSA-3368 Disability Report Adult
- SSA-3369 Work History Report
- SSA-3373 Function Report-Adult
- 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
Many of the Social Security Disability forms must be filled out by the Social Security Disability claimant. Some claimants hope to hire a Social Security Disability lawyer and have them complete all of the forms, but in most cases, the Social Security Disability application process is so time-consuming and tedious most Social Security Disability lawyers simply do not have the time to complete the application forms for each of their clients. Social Security Disability lawyers do, however, help with Social Security Disability appeal paperwork such as filing the Social Security Disability reconsideration forms or the hearing request forms.