Social Security Disability For Neurological Disorders In Rhode Island
Many individuals (claimants) seek Social Security Disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) due to a wide range of neurological disorders.
Proving A Neurological Disability
The SSA application process is widely known to be highly complex and time consuming. In all cases, an individual seeking benefits will need proper medical evidence and/or documentation from a doctor or another acceptable medical professional to help prove that the neurological condition is, in fact, disabling. For instance, a person with epilepsy needs to have medical documentation of the description of the seizure type and medical evidence regarding the frequency of the seizures. Overall, the main factors SSA will examine when determining disability based upon a neurological condition are: the frequency, severity and duration of symptoms, along with any diagnostic testing or laboratory results. If a neurological impairment significantly limits your motor functioning and/or your ability to perform tasks required by competitive employment, then you may well have a good claim for Social Security Disability benefits.
SSD Neurological Disorder Legal Assistance On Your Side, RI, CT and MA
Every Social Security Disability case involving a neurological disorder is different: different people respond differently to different diseases. Additionally, a neurological impairment affects each individual differently physically, psychologically and financially. As Rhode Island’s trusted Social Security Disability law firm, Marasco & Nesselbush takes these differences into account and to heart when applying our years of legal experience and knowledge to help deserving individuals secure the benefits they deserve. Founding Partner Donna Nesselbush is proud to serve on the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Brain & Spine Tumor Foundation. Our clients’ needs are our top priority, and we are dedicated to appealing each case as long as necessary to obtain for you past and future SSD benefits. For more information about how our Rhode Island SSD benefits lawyers can assist you, please fill out a contact form or call 401-240-1848 for a free consultation. Our Rhode Island personal injury lawyers are committed to providing exceptional client service and obtaining extraordinary legal results! Call us today.
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