Epilepsy and Your Social Security Disability Claim | Tampa Disability Claim Application Attorney
I recently read a blog post on the Epilepsy Foundation forum about Talitha who has applied for Social Security Disability and is frustrated with the Social Security Disability application process.
She asked “How can I speed up the process to obtaining Social Security?”
If Talitha had come to the law offices of Cavey and Barrett, we would have explained that completing the initial application for Social Security accurately and completing are crucial to getting Social Security disability benefits. We would have told Talitha that her employment history, the side effects of her medication, and her memory problems need to be fully explained in her Social Security disability application.
Sharon Barrett, a former Staff attorney for Social Secuirty, would have also sent Talitha’s doctors a Residual Functional Capacity form for Epilepsy to complete. There are many things you can do during the initial social security disability application process that will help you get benefits.
If you are epileptic and are thinking about applying for Social Security disability, contact Cavey and Barrett, St. Petersburg, Florida social security disability lawyers.
Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.