The Secret to Getting Your Social Security Disability Benefits for Chronic Kidney Disease
Did you know that there are four main risk factors of chronic kidney disease:
- High blood pressure
- Age over 60
- A family history of disease
If you have any of these risk factors you should have a test of kidney function once a year, including a blood test called aGFR.
As kidney disease progresses, you may develop the symptoms like changes in urination; swelling in your legs, ankles, feet, hands or face; fatigue; skin rash and itching; a metallic taste in your mouth; nausea and vomiting; shortness of breath; feeling cold even though it’s warm; dizziness and trouble concentrating; back or leg pain.
If your doctor has told you that you are unable to work as a result of chronic kidney disease, you should apply for Social Security Disability benefits. Sharon Barrett, Florida Social Security Disability attorney can provide you with the step by step formula for applying for Social Security Disability benefits and explain the Social Security Disability claims process in simple, easy to understand language.
By consulting with a Social Security Disability attorney should be your next step if you are disabled as a result of chronic kidney disease.
Need A Social Security Disability Benefits for Chronic Kidney Disease Attorney?
Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration does not make it easy for the disabled to get access to the Social Security Disability benefits and Medicare benefits that they deserve. If your chronic kidney disease makes it impossible for you to work, and you’ve been denied your Social Security Disability benefits, Tampa Bay Social Security Disability attorney Sharon Barrett, can help you cut through the red tape and fight for Social Security Disability benefits in the Tampa Bay area. Contact Sharon Barrett today at 7278943188. Jane E. Brody New York Times August 23, 2011