Disability And Injury Article Collection
When you suffer an injury that keeps you from work or you are hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you have rights to compensation. Learn more about those rights and how to protect them with help from this informative collection of articles by our experienced disability and injury attorneys.
Bipolar Disorder and Disability
Bipolar Disorder and Disability: You may qualify for disability benefits with the mental condition bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression.
Aneurysm and Disability
Aneurysm and Disability: disability benefits for an aneurysm depends on the type and severity of the aneurysm. If you are unable to work, you may qualify.
Back Pain and Disability | Spine Disorders
Back pain and disability: conditions include degenerative disc disease, scoliosis, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, pinched nerves. and herniated discs.
Arrhythmia and Disability
Arrhythmia and Disability: Tachycardia and bradycardia can case pain and discomfort, shortness of breath and more, and may qualify for LTD, SSDI and/or SSI.
AIDS or HIV and Social Security Disability Benefits
AIDS or HIV and Social Security Disability: information and factors on how SSA evaluations claims where the claimant is HIV+.
Avascular Necrosis and Disability | AVN
Avascular Necrosis and Disability: if you have AVN or osteonecrosis, you may be eligible for Long Term Disability, SSDI or SSI benefits. Call 308-7833 today
Asperger’s Syndrome and Disability
Asperger’s Syndrome and Disability: Social Security disability applicants may qualify for SSDI or SSI benefits for Asperger’s syndrome.
Asbestosis and Disability
Asbestosis and Disability: Asbestosis is a condition that affects the lungs, is caused by breathing in fibers from asbestos, and may qualify for disability.
Applying for Social Security Disability and SSI
Applying for Social Security Disability and SSI: An overview of the initial application process for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and SSI.
Down Syndrome and Disability
Although Down syndrome exists in non-mosaic and mosaic forms, Social Security evaluates only non-mosaic Down syndrome under this body system.