A Brooklyn Social Security Lawyer Can Explain How a Neurological Disorder Qualifies for Benefits
If you suffer from a neurological disorder that has resulted in permanent disability and you are unable to work, then you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. A Brooklyn Social Security disability lawyer will explain which disorders fall under the Social Security Administration's (SSA) listing of impairments.
If your condition is one of the listing of impairments and meets the specified criteria, a Brooklyn Social Security disability lawyer can help you with the paperwork and other steps involved in the process of applying for Social Security disability benefits. An Overview of Neurological Disorders Neurological disorders can affect your nerves, spinal cord and brain. When these vital parts of the body are damaged in some way, it can lead to problems with memory, speaking, breathing, learning and other important functions.
Some neurological disorders are a result of impaired genes,found in conditions like muscular dystrophy and Huntington's disease. Other neurological disorders are caused by injuries to the brain or spinal cord. Some are degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease.
Whether your neurological disorder is a result of impaired genes, injury, degenerative diseases, seizure disorders, cancer, or infection, and has resulted in permanent disability then you may be eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits. Neurological Disorders That May Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits Some of the neurological disorders that may qualify for Social Security disability benefits include:
spinal cord injury/damage;
Parkinson's disease; and
These are just some of the neurological disorders that could qualify. To better understand your eligibility for Social Security disability benefits, its best to speak with an experienced Brooklyn Social Security disability lawyer. How a Brooklyn Social Security Disability Lawyer Can Help
To better understand the process of applying for benefits and understanding how SSA determines whether or not a neurological condition qualifies for Social Security disability benefits, its best to speak with an attorney who has experience in this area of law. Social Security is a specialized field, which requires a Brooklyn Social Security disability lawyer who not only understands SSA and their rules but has a general understanding of medical terms and diseases.
If you need help in determining eligibility, filing your paperwork, assembling the documentation that proves your disability or you need to appeal a claim that has been denied, then you should speak immediately with a Brooklyn Social Security disability lawyer. Contacting a Brooklyn Social Security Disability Lawyer
Decker Decker Dito & Internicola, LLP the New York Social Security Disability Law Firm. If you have suffered an injury or illness and unable to work, contact Social Security Disability LawyerFrank J. Dito, Jr., Esq. at 800. 976. 4904. Mr. Dito is an experienced trial and disability lawyer who represents disabled and injured individuals and their families in getting the benefits that they deserve. Frank is the author of "A Lawyers Guide to Car Insurance", the publisher of the "New York Injury Law Blog" and he is a frequent speaker regarding the recovery of benefits and the preservation of rights resulting from accidents and work place injuries. If you or a family member has a question about disability benefits contact disability lawyer Frank J. Dito, Jr. to discuss your legal rights and how he can assist you in obtaining the benefits you deserve.
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