The Most Commonly Asserted Disabling Conditions

There are many disabling conditions that will qualify a person to receive Social Security disability benefits, whether they be Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). To give you a sense of what disabling conditions Social Security benefit receivers are living with, we will review some of the most commonly asserted disabling…

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Disability Benefits for Kidney Transplant and Dialysis

The SSA’s listings for kidney diseases include many subsections in different categories including kidney cancer, cancers of the urinary tract or reproductive tract, and chronic renal problems requiring dialysis etc. However, meeting a diagnosis is not necessarily enough to qualify you for the SSDI benefits. You will need to convince the agency that the limitations…

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Disability Benefits for People with Cancer

Seeing a loved one or yourself suffering might be challenging in itself, however, that if combined with the financial burden can make it even difficult to cope with the burden of cancer as a disease. As Martin Luther King once said, ‘Where a man stands in comfort and convenience doesn’t matter, what matters is where…

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Disability Benefits due to Reduced Functional Capacity caused by Back Problems

If your back impairment or disorder, as mentioned by your doctor/physician in your medical records affects your Reduced Functional Capacity, RFC and Substantial Gainful Activity, SGA, then you might qualify for disability benefits. Claims due to back pain caused by disc damages or nerve problems are very common to the Social Security Administration, SSA. The SSA realizes that…

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Social Security: Disability benefits for neurological disorders

Every 1 in 7 people suffer from some kind of neurological disorders, according to the UN. The World Health Organization, WHO stated that almost 100 million Americans, a 1 out of 3 ration of the US population – suffer from some kind of neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and spinal cord injury. Quite surprisingly, 60%…

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