Pennsylvania Heart Condition Disability Lawyers
Did you know that Heart Disease is the leading cause of death among Americans? Or that millions more are afflicted with other heart conditions? These conditions often create a physical impairment which can interfere with the ability to keep a steady job and earn a sufficient living. Many sufferers find it impossible to perform normal tasks due to fatigue or weakness. Fortunately for many individuals, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is equipped to provide Social Security Disability Insurance benefits to people who suffer from a heart condition disability. However, successfully applying for this sort of supplemental income can be both difficult and frustrating without experienced legal guidance and in-depth knowledge.
At Lowenthal & Abrams, our first priority is helping our clients to gain access to the benefits they need in order to maintain a good quality of living. Working with our experienced team of Pennsylvania Heart Condition Disability Lawyers can give you a better chance at obtaining the benefits you need.
Do You Qualify to Receive Benefits?
In order to qualify to receive these benefits your disability will need to be eligible in accordance to the guidelines of the SSA. The exact manner in which the SSA will treat a disability varies with each different heart condition, and your disability will need to be viewed as a part of one of the following categories:
- Recurrent Arrhythmia
- Aorta Aneurysm
- Chronic Venous Insufficiency
- Chronic Heart Failure
- Ischemic Heart Disease
- Symptomatic Congenital Heart Disease
- Heart Transplant
SSDI benefits are awarded on a basis of how severely your ability to work is impaired by the condition, regardless of what sort of heart disease from which you suffer. Having an experienced attorney by your side can help you prove that your heart condition has prohibited you from working.
What Should You Do Next? Contact Us
If you suffer from a heart condition which impairs your ability to work to the point where you are unable to earn a sufficient living, you may be able to collect Social Security Disability benefits from the SSA. For a free consultation with an experienced Pennsylvania Heart Conditions Disability attorney, contact us at Lowenthal & Abrams, today.