Neurological Impairments Resulting in SSDI Approvals
There are a number of neurological impairments which can lead to an approved Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim. However, like diabetes, just having the diagnosis does not necessarily mean that your claim will be approved. The impairment must somehow impair your ability to work. For example, if the symptoms of your multiple sclerosis (MS) are controlled by medication, you would not be granted a disability claim, but if your symptoms prevent you from walking or limit your gross or fine motor skills, then you may be allowed SSDI benefits.
That's why our law firm is so important. At Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law , our West Virginia multiple sclerosis attorneys and professional staff understand which impairments must be present for you to obtain SSDI benefits. Neurological impairments which could result in SSDI approval are:
- Anterior poliomyelitis (polio)
- Benign brain tumors
- Parkinsonian syndrome (Parkinson's)
- Cerebral palsy (CP)
- Friedreich's ataxia
- Huntington's Chorea
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Muscular dystrophy (MD)
- Myasthenia gravis
- Spino-cerebellar degeneration
- Tourette Syndrome
At our law firm, we take Social Security Disability cases on a contingency basis. This means we do not charge attorneys fees or other legal costs until your claim is approved and you receive your benefits.
Huntington Cognitive Disability Attorney and Professional Staff
A neurological disability will require multiple tests and evaluations by different types of medical professionals. At our law office, we can help you through this every step of the way. If you answer yes to any of the questions below, please contact our law office for help.
- Has your condition lasted, or is expected to last, 12 months?
- Have you been diagnosed with a neurological impairment?
- Does your condition make it difficult to concentrate?
- Does your condition prevent you from performing your normal job duties?
- Does your condition make it difficult to walk, stand or interfere with your gross or fine motor skills?
- Does your condition persist despite medication?
Contact Our SSDI West Virginia Law Firm
Our lawyers and staff assist clients at all levels and stages of their SSDI claims or appeals for neurological impairments, including MS. Please call our law firm locally at 304-521-1582 or toll free at 888-594-7284, or send our law firm an e-mail, and we will respond to you promptly.