Medical Conditions Leading to Long-Term Disability
Providing Guidance Throughout the Social Security Disability Benefits Application Process
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If you are unable to work due to a long-term injury or medical condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and Supplemental Security Income. An experienced lawyer can help you prepare your application and provide the necessary proof of your disability and its long-term nature to give you the best chance of success. In the event that your initial application is denied, we will help you navigate the appeals process.
Our law firm, William C.O. Reaves, P.S.C., has been assisting people who suffer from medical conditions leading to long-term disability for more than 34 years of legal experience. Contact William C.O. Reaves online or at 606-547-4419 to schedule your free initial consultation. We assist clients with common long-term medical conditions that require receipt of SSD or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
Ashland Disability Lawyer, Assisting People With Long-Term Medical Problems
If you are unable to work for more than 12 months due to a medical condition, whether you have been kept from working over the past year, or your doctor is telling you that you will be unable to work for a year, you are eligible to apply for Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. The most common are injuries to your spine or your joints that prevent you from being able to do the activities you need to do in your job on a regular basis. Other common medical conditions include:
- Heart problems
- Breathing/respiratory problems
- Mental illness (psychological conditions)
Childhood Conditions Requiring Social Security Disability
Childhood conditions that require receipt of SSD/SSI are often developmental-related such as congenital heart problems or juvenile diabetes. Children may also have psychological conditions that require medical care, making Social Security benefits necessary.
Kentucky SSD/SSI Attorney
Do you have one of the medical conditions that lead to long-term disability? Contact an Ashland disability attorney from our law firm online or at 606-547-4419. William C.O. Reaves will take the time to answer all of your questions.