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SSDI Benefits for Mental Health Issues

When you're facing mental health issues, holding gainful employment can be difficult or downright impossible. We know that the struggle of handling your condition is even greater when you can't work, and our attorneys want to fight for you so you can receive the mental health and disability benefits you are owed by Social Security. […]

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Injuries That May Qualify for SSDI or SSI

When you are injured and disabled, your first concern is going to be "how can I pay my bills and continue to support my family"? We hear you. We have a team of experienced Social Security disability lawyers who can help you determine whether your injuries qualify you for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental […]

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SSDI & SSI Benefits For Seizures

Suffering from seizures can leave victims unable to hold a steady job. The condition can erupt without warning, leaving the victim momentarily helpless. What SSDI or SSI Benefits Am I Eligible For? There are several differences between SSDI and SSI. While SSDI benefits can be awarded to a person based on their inability to hold […]

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How to Get Disability Benefits for Sarcoidosis

April as National Sarcoidosis awareness month. This autoimmune disease affects nearly a million people around the world. Fortunately, for those in the U.S. there is an opportunity to receive Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits for sarcoidosis. Sarcoidosis triggers abnormal tissue to develop in clumps called granulomas on and in the body. These microscopic granulomas may […]

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Disability Benefits and Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's Disease, or Parkinsonian Syndrome, is a motor system disorder that impacts a person's ability to move. Tremors are a widely known symptom of the disease, but it can also affect a person's mind, resulting in dementia, impaired motor skills, changes in speech, and muscle stiffness. It is a degenerative disease that gets worse over […]

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Getting Benefits for Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that makes it difficult to have social interactions, think logically, and distinguish between reality and delusions or hallucinations. Because of the complex nature of this condition, it is often difficult to maintain a job. Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits are available for those who have the medical evidence necessary to […]

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Chronic Pain and Disability Benefits

Chronic pain is an ongoing or recurring pain that lasts longer than the usual course of an illness or injury, typically more than three to six months. Fortunately, for those who suffer from severe chronic pain, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will consider a claim for pain as long as there is some medical evidence […]

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Can You Receive Social Security Disability for Fibromyalgia?

If you are applying for Social Security disability for fibromyalgia, you may find it difficult to receive an initial approval. This is because Social Security does not have a disability listing for this condition in its Blue Book, a listing of impairments and requirements that are approved for benefits. However, in an effort to reduce […]

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Secure Social Security Disability for Heart Disease

Many Americans suffer from cardiovascular issues and heart disease which limits their ability to work. With February being American Heart Month, you should know that social security disability for heart disease may be available to you if you meet certain conditions. Social Security Disability for Coronary Artery Disease Those suffering from coronary artery disease have […]

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Disability Benefits for Asthma

Asthma is a respiratory condition that causes inflammation of the airways, which can cause difficulty breathing. It can be triggered by a variety of things including, air pollutants, pets, cigarette smoke, pathogens in the environment and medications. The most common symptoms of asthma can include shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, wheezing and coughing. […]

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