Qualifying Medical Conditions for Social Security Disability
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People who qualify for Social Security disability must have one or more severe medical conditions.
At the Law Offices of John V. Hogan, an Atlanta, Suwanee and Gainesville lawyer, reviews your current medical records to determine whether your conditions qualify. If they do, we proceed with filing your claim using the evidence you already have. If they don’t, we create a brief and collect evidence that supports our argument for why you should receive additional benefits.
What medical conditions qualify?
You need documentation to prove your medical condition. However, medical conditions affecting the following areas have been approved by the Social Security Administration for adults wishing to collect SSDI benefits:
We understand that the categories for qualifying medical conditions can be daunting. Most of the reasons for benefit denial are related to improper medical history documentation. The attorneys at our law firms in the Atlanta metro area answer your questions so you avoid falling for the more common SSDI myths about how a case is determined.
We help you access additional services provided by the Social Security Administration
In some cases your medical condition is severe enough that the SSA expedites your claims. The initiatives designed to speed you through are:
- Compassionate allowances. Certain conditions qualify for SSDI with only minimal medical information.
- Quick disability determinations. In order to process your claim more quickly, the SSA uses sophisticated computer screening to identify cases with a high probability of allowance within the list of medical conditions.
If your medical condition is severe, we can help you file the paperwork for an expedited claim. We focus on the legwork so you can focus on your health.
Schedule your initial free consultation with an experienced disability claims attorney
If you’re stressing out about money, you can’t focus on getting well. We handle the details of your cause with compassion and discretion so you can keep your attention on you. Contact the Law Offices of John V. Hogan by phone at 478-546-1010 or online to schedule your free initial consultation.