Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits for a Visual Disorder
If you have been diagnosed with a visual impairment, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Visual disorders can include degenerative conditions, diabetic retinopathy, or cancer. If you have these difficulties and are unable to work for 12 months or longer, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. SSDI is a disability insurance program that is funded as a result of withholdings from your paycheck. SSDI can provide you with monthly income if you are under full retirement age and can no longer work because of visual impairment.
Visual impairments and the Social Security Disability claim’s process.
The Social Security Administration has a listing of physical impairments that describe certain medical conditions that are so severe that SSA will presume that any person with that medical condition satisfies the criteria of a listing who is unable to perform any gainful activity and, therefore is disabled. Social Security Disability attorney Nancy Cavey knows that the rules are complex and require careful analysis to understand and ensure that your visual condition meets a listing that would otherwise qualify you for Social Security Disability benefits.
Having a Social Security Disability attorney can greatly improve your chances of a successful outcome and will include assistance with the paperwork, completing applications and forms, collecting medical records and building a claim’s file that will establish that you meet the Social Security Administrations requirements for Social Security Disability benefits.
To find out whether you are eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, call the Law Office of Nancy Cavey for a free evaluation.