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Applying for Social Security Disability for a Panic Disorder or Panic Attack

Having a panic disorder or panic attack can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life. If left untreated, it could lead to significant physical and mental complications. If you suffer from panic attacks that severely affects or limits your… Read More

Being Able to Qualify for Disability If You Have a Rare Disease

Applicants who have been diagnosed with a rare disease may be eligible for Social Security Disability as long as certain requirements are met. The diagnosis itself from a medical professional is not enough. Similar to other disabilities, you must prove… Read More

Can I Obtain Disability Benefits for a Respiratory System Disorder?

Individuals with respiratory disorders suffer from breathing problems that often prevent them from being able to work and even struggle to complete simple daily tasks. Applicants who apply for disability due to severe breathing issues may be more likely… Read More

Disabling Conditions that May Be Pre-Approved for Social Security

Some medical conditions may allow you to automatically qualify for Social Security disability benefits if you meet certain criteria, which makes them seem as though they are “pre-approved” for benefits. However, you must still be able to provide medical… Read More

Can I Receive Social Security Disability for Lead Poisoning?

Lead poisoning can lead to several severe medical conditions that can cause long-lasting effects, including developmental delays in children. If the effects of lead poisoning prevent you from being able to work, you or your child may qualify for Social… Read More

Disability Benefits for Digestive Systems Disorders

The digestive system is an important part of the body that helps break down the food we eat. However, many medical conditions originate from this region of the body. If you suffer from a digestive system disorder that has affected your life and keeps… Read More

Spinal Cord Conditions that May Qualify for Disability Benefits

Back and spinal cord problems are some of the most common conditions that people have who apply for Social Security disability benefits. These conditions can be difficult to prove because a lot of the evidence is subjective in nature, such as pain, which… Read More

Social Security Disability for a Child with Low Birth Weight

One of the biggest fears for expectant parents is that their baby will be born with some sort of medical problem. Sometimes children have a low birth weight or fail to grow the way they are supposed to. When this happens, parents should consider applying… Read More

Can I Obtain Social Security Disability for Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy can severely limit mobility and other physical activities. This makes it very difficult or impossible to be independent, which makes it tough to hold down a job and support yourself. However, if your condition meets certain criteria,… Read More

How Does the Social Security Administration Define Epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a debilitating condition that makes it very difficult to hold down a job and earn a living. This can be true even if you are taking medications to help manage or reduce seizures. Even if you do not have many seizures, it can take days or longer… Read More

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