Medical evidence is a key factor for any disability claim, whether it is workers’ compensation, social security, etc.
The consistency of one’s medical treatment is very important. The length of time and frequency can be helpful to a Judge deciding your case. If there are gaps in your medical care, it’s less likely a Judge will rule in your favor. It’s harder to convince a Judge that you are disabled if you don’t take the time to address your injury with your doctor. The more you treat, the more medical documentation there is to support your claim.
Be open and honest with your treating physicians. Be sure to tell your doctor any and all symptoms you are experiencing. It’s also very important to advise your doctor of any injuries you sustained. Many Claimants leave out factors because it’s not their primary reason for their visit or think it’s not relevant.
Apart from this affecting your legal case, this may affect your condition for the rest of your life.