Heart Conditions That Qualify For Social Security Benefits

heart disease disability claimsHeart disease and cardiovascular problems affect millions of Americans, which is why certain conditions are often considered disabling.

Whether your condition is hereditary or one caused by your work conditions, people with a disability related to the cardiovascular system may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.

If you believe that your heart condition will not permit you to work without putting you at risk of suffering adverse cardiac events, the lawyers at Phillips Disability, P.C., can help you get the benefits you deserve.

We can answer all your questions and help you determine if you are eligible to file a claim, and how to file an appeal if your claim has been denied.

For a free review of your claim, call us atĀ 1-800-503-2000 or fill out the contact form to your right.

Common Heart Conditions

In order to determine if a claimant is eligible for benefits, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will first check if the individuals condition is listed in their Blue Book. The book contains conditions that are considered so severe that an individual will immediately be considered disabled.
Some cardiovascular disorders for which people may apply for SSDI include:

  • Chronic heart failure
  • Ischemic heart disease
  • Recurrent Arrhythmias
  • Aneurysm of aorta
  • Peripheral arterial disease
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Arteriosclerosis

If your condition is not listed in the SSA Blue Book it does not mean you will be denied benefits. At Phillips Disability P.C. we will work hard to ensure that you obtain the benefits you need to get your life back on track.

Signs of Heart Disease

There are several contributing factors to heart disease, such as years of exertion at a physically demanding job, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or stress. Some common signs of heart disease include:

  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Pain in the neck or jaw
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting or near fainting

Unfortunately, many individuals who suffer from cardiovascular problems are not aware of the issue until they suffer from a heart attack or stroke. It is important to watch for cardiovascular symptoms and to speak with a doctor to obtain a medical diagnosis.

Contact our Social Security Disability Lawyers

If you are suffering from a debilitating heart condition and your doctor says that you are too disabled to work, contact Phillips Disability, P.C. Our experienced Social Security Disability lawyers can help you get the benefits you need.

We understand how frustrating the application process can be. If you have been denied benefits, you may feel stressed over your situation. Our attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the rights of those who are in need.

Our main office is located in Phoenix, Arizona, and we proudly serve clients throughout the Southwest United States with offices in:

  • California
  • Utah
  • New Mexico

We offer free legal consultations and can help guide you through the application or appeals process.

Contact us today by callingĀ 1-800-503-2000 or by filling out our Free Case Evaluation form.

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