Social Security Disability benefits for illness generally are given to all those who prove eligibility. Prolonged and grave illness and disability may render a person unemployable. Years of medical expenses can become a major predicament for the victim as well as family members. Families often struggle to pay medical expenses in such cases. Social Security benefits are granted for disability as long as it meets the eligibility criteria.
New Jersey law outlines specific ailments that qualify for Social Security Disability benefits for illnesses. The founding members of our firm, Abromson & Carey, have decades of experience and expertise in handling Social Security claims. Social Security lawyers fully understand that claiming Social Security benefits can be a struggle for applicants who are also addressing physical, psychological and financial turmoil.
New Jersey law provides an elaborate list of impairments which provide qualification for Social Security Disability benefits for illnesses. Impairments may include chronic cardiac problems, skin disorders and neurological problems including tumors or Parkinson’s disease. Many applicants suffer from disabilities due to car accidents, sport accidents or injury suffered at home or while visiting the homes of friends and relatives. Some may have suffered workplace accidents which resulted in massive head or spinal cord injuries resulting in chronic illness.
The attorneys at Abromson & Carey have a depth of experience for minimizing the legal hassle at time of need and maximizing Social Security benefits as provided by case specifics. Various state agencies and authorities provide Social Security Disability benefits for illnesses. Traversing through the copious amount of legal documents may be a difficult task for someone unfamiliar with the task and we have helped many clients address this same issue.