Husband lost his leg due to diabetes. He had to retire for he was no longer able to work. He is trying to receive his pension and needs a letter from ss stating date as of which they found him disabled. Due to his disability I have no means to get him to a local office.
He may be able to obtain this information over the phone, or even through the social security webpage. https://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/
In any event, at the very least call the local social security office to see what you would need to request this on his behalf. Good luck.
Call the local social security office. You will need his social security number, but if he is disabled it should be relatively easy.
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I agree with the other attorneys here. Give your local office a call. They can probably mail it to you given his situation.
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