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Why Your Herniated Disc Disability May Have Been Denied?

July 2nd, 2019 Scott S. London 0 comments

A herniated, or ruptured disc, is a spinal disc that bulges out from between vertebrae or has ruptured and is leaking fluids. Symptoms of a herniated disc include radiating pain due to nerve compression, muscle weakness and numbness/tingling in the arms and legs. Advanced ruptured disc symptoms such as extreme pain and weakness, bowel and/or […]

How Long Will a Social Security Disability Review Last?

April 12th, 2019 Scott S. London 0 comments

How Does the Review Work?   The Social Security Administration (SSA) will first send you a form in the mail to fill out about the state of your health. Most people (more than 70%) receive Form SSA-455, but a small percentage may receive Form SSA-454. Both forms ask questions about your condition, but Form SSA-454 […]

What Are the Social Security Disability Approval Rates for Different Medical Conditions?

April 5th, 2019 Scott S. London 0 comments

The Social Security Administration will evaluate each disability case on an individual basis before deciding their verdict. However, there are certain medical conditions that are more likely to be approved than others. See which ones top the list, and how you can improve your odds no matter what condition you have.   Disability Insurance Claim […]

What Are My Chances of Winning a Social Security Disability Appeal?

April 1st, 2019 Scott S. London 0 comments

Although the Social Security Administration is a federally operated program, each state has an Office of Disability Adjudication and Review and Disability Determination Services Bureau. The appeals branch of a state’s disability services is ODAR. If the SSA initially denies your claim due to lack of evidence proving your medical condition is disabling, the staff […]

If I Qualify for SSDI Disability Will I Be Able To Get Food Stamps?

March 25th, 2019 Scott S. London 0 comments

Social Security disability insurance (SSDI disability) pays monthly benefits to disable individuals who have worked enough during their lifetime to earn work credits by paying in a certain amount of Social Security taxes. SSDI and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture while SSDI disability is administered by […]

Can a Repetitive Stress Injury cause Permanent Disability?

December 24th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Workplace injuries that result in permanent disability are often assumed to be those that result from one sudden, unfortunate moment. But in reality, many injuries at work happen over a much longer period of time due to repetitive motions that slowly lead to significant injuries. These repetitive stress injuries can be just as debilitating and […]

Can Lyme Disease qualify me for Disability Benefits?

December 10th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

While most bacterial infections can be treated with antibiotics, Lyme disease does not respond to antibiotics and continually affects a person’s health throughout their life. The bite of the black-legged (deer) tick is the only way someone can become infected with Lyme disease. Initial symptoms of Lyme disease are mild and often mistaken for influenza. […]

Can I Get Social Security Disability Benefits If I Suffer from GOUT?

November 12th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Extremely painful and disabling in its advanced stage, gout affects the joints, primarily the finger, wrist and toe joints, causing swelling, stiffness and inflammation. Excess uric acid in the bloodstream forms sharp, crystalline structures in the joints that irritate joint ligaments and bones. In some cases, uric acid buildup also leads to kidney stones and […]

How to Apply for Disability Benefits with Chronic Pernicious Anemia?

October 3rd, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Pernicious anemia emerges from an abnormal immune response causing a significant decrease in red blood cells. More specifically, intestines lacking certain proteins fail to absorb vitamin B12, a vitamin essential for producing red blood cells. In many cases, people suffering Grave’s, Addison’s or Crohn’s disease often develop pernicious anemia. Other health problems conducive to pernicious […]

How to Get Disability for Bronchiectasis?

September 18th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

A chronic lung disease involving thickened bronchi walls, inability for airways to clear mucus in bronchi and recurring infection, bronchiectasis causes long-term, permanent scarring to the lungs. This scarring ultimately leads to increased mucus production by cells lining bronchi walls, as well as loss of lung functioning over time. Bronchiectasis can be an acquired disease […]