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.
Traumatic Brain Injury and Disability
Traumatic Brain Injury and Disability: TBI can impair consciousness, movement, balance, sensation and cognition, and may qualify for LTD or SSDI benefits.
Alleged Onset Date
The Alleged Onset Date (AOD) is the date the claimant alleges his or her disability became so severe as to prevent the claimant from doing full time work.
What is an Unsuccessful Work Attempt in Social Security Disability?
Work may qualify as an unsuccessful work attempt where for example the work is for a short time and the claimant stopped work due to a disabling condition.
Established Onset Date | When Social Security Disability Starts
Social Security’s Established Onset Date (EOD) may be different than the Alleged Onset Date (AOD) in your claim for SSDI or SSI disability benefits.
Sleep Apnea and Disability | Pensacola Florida LTD and SSDI Attorney
Sleep Apnea and Disability: obstructive, central, and complex sleep apnea are breathing problems during sleep, which may cause fatigue and inability to work
How The Disability Application Process Works
The Disability Application Process: Social Security reviews your application for basic requirements, evaluates any current work, and sends your claim to DDS
Zero Fee Guarantee | No Attorneys’ Fees If You Do Not Make a Recovery
The Ortiz Law Firm offers a “Zero Fee Guarantee”, which means your case is taken on a contingency fee basis; you do not pay a fee unless you make a recovery
Spinal Stenosis and Social Security Disability
Spinal Stenosis and Social Security Disability: Attorney Nick A. Ortiz in Pensacola, Florida handles SSA disability applications and appeals involving stenosis.
Sleep Disorders and Disability
Sleep Disorders such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea can lead to excessive daytime fatigue, narcolepsy, memory and concentration problems, and even heart disease
Skin Disorders and Social Security Disability
Skin Disorders Disability: including ichthyosis, bullous disease, dermatitis, chronic skin infections, hidradenitis suppurativa, and photosensitivity.