Are You Entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits Because Of The Side Effects of Medication?
The Social Security Administration (SSA) doesn’t always make it easy for those who can’t do substantial work on a continuous and sustained basis to get the Social Security disability benefits they deserve.
However, one way you can win your benefits is to prove that your medical condition has reduced your productivity by 15%. If your side effects from medication that interfere with your productivity. You may be able to get your Social Security disability benefits.
What SSA is Looking For In Your Medical Records
SSA will be looking at your medical records to see if the medication you are taking causes significant side effects and whether you have made an effort to find the alternative medication with fewer side effects.
If you haven’t complained to your doctor or tried alternative medication, the Social Security Administration will conclude that the side effects from your medication are preventable and they’ll ignore the effects that they have on you.
Getting Help From An Experienced Social Security Disability Attorney
Proving that your disability reduces your workplace efficiency can be difficult! You’ll need an experienced Social Security Disability attorney who can evaluate your medical records and present to SSA evidence that your medical condition, including the side effects of medication, interfere with the concentration, persistence, and pace.
It’s time for you to contact Social Security disability attorney, Nancy L. Cavey, who can help you get the disability benefits you deserve.
You can schedule a complimentary consultation by calling 727-894-3188.