Is Heart Disease Keeping You From Working?
A heart attack or chronic heart condition can cause a wide range of physical setbacks, making it difficult for you to work. If you are no longer able to perform your job duties due to a heart condition, you may qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits.
The attorneys at the law firm of Coats & Todd have more than 40 years of experience handling Social Security Disability claims and appeals for clients throughout Texas and nationwide. We can help you present your claim to the Social Security Administration, demonstrating how your heart condition is affecting your ability to work, as well as related problems such as respiratory disorders and obesity.
Contact us online or by telephone at 800-856-1031 to speak with an experienced Dallas heart disease disability lawyer.
Heart Conditions and SSD Claims
Heart disease can have many adverse affects, making it difficult, if not impossible, for you to work. Many people with heart problems experience chest pain, shortness of breath and fatigue, making physically demanding jobs especially difficult to perform.
We represent clients suffering from a wide range of heart and circulatory conditions, including:
If you are seeking SSD benefits for a heart condition, the Social Security Administration will only consider documented evidence. Therefore, it is very important to obtain necessary treatment and follow your doctor's advice. When our attorneys help you with your SSD claim or appeal, we may include evidence from test results such as stress tests and cardiograms that show clear evidence of the severity of your condition. We can help you through all stages of the process, from your initial claim to any necessary Social Security Disability appeals.
Dallas Social Security Circulatory Condition Attorneys
Based in Richardson, Texas, we represent people with heart conditions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, throughout Texas and nationwide. Contact us today online or call us at 800-856-1031 for a free initial consultation, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT, Monday through Friday.