Types of Disabilities that Qualify for SSD
Are you dealing with a medical condition that will prevent you from working
and providing for your family? If so, you may be eligible for benefits
under the Social Security program. Many types of disabilities may qualify
you to receive benefits through Social Security disability insurance (SSDI).
If you are not sure whether your medical or mental condition qualifies,
contact us at your earliest convenience.
Medical conditions that may entitle you to SSDI income include:
- Multiple sclerosis
- HIV / AIDS
- Brain trauma and conditions
- Crohn's disease
- Lyme disease
- Graves' disease
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
- Cardiac disease
- Severe anemia
You may also have suffered a severe medication side effect that can also
entitle you to disability benefits. For each individual, the situation
will differ. At Coats & Todd, we understand the unique factors involved
in your case and can help you file a claim. We start by providing you with a
free case evaluation.
Filing an SSDI Claim for Various Health Conditions
Not all health issues are physical. You may have a mental health issue
that prevents you from properly working your full-time job. Our Social
Security disability attorneys in Dallas can prepare a case on your behalf.
Mental issues that may cause you to face difficulty include:
- Bipolar disorder
- Manic depression
- Head trauma
- Memory loss
Factors that Can Affect Your Claim
As you pursue Social Security disability insurance for a mental or physical
health condition, you will likely face a variety of issues that can affect
the claims process.
As your case is being evaluated, some of the factors that will affect the
determination of your eligibility include:
- Length of treatment
- Social functioning
- Daily living
At Coats & Todd, we can help you pursue the disability benefits that
you need. Call today!