Coronary dysfunction and qualifying for SS disability insurance

Coronary dysfunction and qualifying for SS disability insurance

  Social Security provides benefits for heart disease if the condition prevents you from working. Coronary dysfunction can refer to several different heart conditions. The heart is a vital organ and any aliment involving the heart should be treated with

Epilepsy and filing SS Disability Claims

Epilepsy and filing SS Disability Claims

  If you experience epileptic seizures, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Epilepsy is surprisingly common. Nearly 4% of Americans will develop epilepsy, making it the fourth most common neurological disorder. Seizures are the defining symptom of epilepsy, however,

Dementia and qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

Dementia and qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

  If someone you know has dementia they may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Long Term Disability (LTD) benefits. Dementia is a broad term for mental illnesses which destroy memory and thinking ability. Alzheimer’s is the

Cerebral Atrophy and filing a Disability Claim

Cerebral Atrophy and filing a Disability Claim

  The SSA does not specifically recognize cerebral atrophy in its listing of impairments. However, many of the underlying causes of cerebral atrophy are listed. Cerebral atrophy means shrinkage and a loss of connection between neurons. Some degree of cerebral

Loss of Bladder Control and filing for Disability Insurance Benefits

Loss of Bladder Control and filing for Disability Insurance Benefits

  If you are experiencing loss of bladder control it may be an indication that you could qualify for disability insurance benefits. Loss of bladder control is a serious disorder that may impact your ability to work. If you have

Physical Disabilities can lead to Mental Health issues

Physical Disabilities can lead to Mental Health issues

  Many applicants for Social Security disability benefits have both physical and mental disabilities. Several recent studies suggest links between depression and a variety of serious physical ailments such as cancer, back pain, and Multiple Sclerosis. Many individuals with physical

Can a spouse get SSDI benefits?

Can a spouse get SSDI benefits?

  The Politics of Spousal Benefits If you are collecting Social Security Disability Insurance, you may be entitled to additional benefits for your family members. Auxiliary benefits, sometimes called dependents’, or secondary benefits, may be paid to the child, spouse,