Northwest Arkansas Disability Attorneys
Proudly Helping Clients Understand Their Options
Our skilled legal team at Martin Attorneys understands how important it is for disabled individuals to secure Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Unfortunately, countless Arkansas residents are denied disability benefits every year and end up dropping their claims. That is why we are here to use our extensive knowledge of the law to help clients navigate the legal process and fight to obtain the SSDI benefits they are entitled to.
Our compassionate legal professionals know that being disabled and pursuing treatment without medical insurance is a major obstacle for most families. Although the Social Security system is complex, our dedicated attorneys are ready to assist with your disability case and walk you through the SSDI application. If your claim is denied, then our persistent legal team will get to work on the appeal process and aggressively pursue the disability benefits you deserve.
Disabilities that Qualify for SSDI Benefits
There are a great number of medical impairments that can render you eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. However, the severity of your medical impairment must meet the criteria listed in 20 CFR Part 404. This list of medical impairments is commonly called the “Blue Book.”
Common medical impairments listed in the Blue Book include:
- Avascular Necrosis
- Bipolar depression
- Cerebral palsy
- Chronic heart failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Cirrhosis of the liver
- Coronary artery disease
- Cystic fibrosis
- Immune disorders
- Inflammatory arthritis
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Hemophilia or blood disorder
- Kidney disease
- Lung impairment
- Multiple sclerosis
- Mental disorders
- Parkinson’s disease
- Peripheral/Artery Disease
- Vision or hearing loss
Factors that Might Impact SSDI Benefits
Several factors can affect disability benefits and the amount a person receives. For example, if you receive SSDI benefits as a minor, then your benefits will be reevaluated when you turn 18 to determine how much you can collect as an adult. Additionally, if the medical condition you were approved under improves, then you can lose your ability to collect benefits. We are familiar with the various scenarios that might reuslt in the loss of disability benefits, so please consult with us today so we can discuss your situation.
To set up a case consultation with our law firm, give us a call today at (479) 888-2039 to speak to one of our friendly legal professionals.
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