The Social Security Administration (SSA) doesn’t always make it easy for those with an arrhythmia to get the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income benefits they deserve. Many claims are denied because SSA says:
- Your arrhythmia has not lasted for at least a year,
- Your arrhythmia is not severe and only causes a minimal effect on your ability to work,
(3) Your medical condition doesn’t meet the requirements of or is the equivalent of a Medical Listing,
(4) You can return to the lightest job you held in the 15 years before you became disabled, or
(5) There is other work you can do in the mythical national economy based on your age, education, transferable skills and your residual functional capacity.
Not all cases of arrhythmia are severe enough to make you eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, but Nancy Cavey has successfully represented many SSA applicants with arrhythmia disorders. She works to overcome the claims denial by working closely with you and your physician to show that you:
- Meet the requirements for a disability listing for arrhythmia, or that
- Your limitations are too great for you to work at your old job or any other job in the national economy in view of your age, education and transferable work skills.
She offers a free initial consultation and welcomes the opportunity to speak with you about your Social Security disability claim.