SSD: Common Disabling Conditions
Several Listed Impairments
Since 1985, an estimated 10.6 million people in the United States have received disability benefits. Of course, the Social Security Administration has listed specific conditions which an individual must have in order to obtain any type of Social Security Disability benefits.
If you or a loved one is not able to work full-time due to any physical, mental, or medical condition, the victim may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. While there are several listed impairments, proving that a person is legally disabled may be more difficult for some conditions than others.
At Riddle & Brantley, LLP, our Social Security Disability lawyers have a deep understanding of the Social Security Disability system and can assist you and your loved ones in fighting for the disability benefits they may be entitled to. Our team will work relentlessly as though you or your loved one is a family member of our own in order to achieve the compensation deserved.
To learn more about how we can help, complete the form located to the right of this page. It is completely free to submit and all information will remain confidential to our lawyers.
Social Security Disability Listing of Impairments
The Social Security Administration has listed the types of impairments which would legally consider an individual disabled. Of course, once one or more of these conditions has been identified, an individual must complete the application process in order to begin receiving these types of benefits.
The listing of impairments has been broken down into adult impairments and childhood impairments to allow individuals to greater discover the specific types. The listings of impairments are as follows:
Adult Listing of Impairments
These impairments are applicable to people age 18 and over and to children under the age of 18, where criteria are appropriate. The list of adult impairments includes:
If your condition has been identified, it is advised to speak with an attorney and begin exploring your legal options, as you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability.
Childhood Listing of Impairments
These impairments provide medical criteria for the evaluation of impairments of children under the age of 18. These impairments may be used when the adult listings do not provide appropriate consideration for the particular disease process during childhood. The list of childhood impairments includes:
Our Social Security Disability lawyers are standing by to assist any individual who may be suffering from one or more of these conditions and falls under the necessary criteria. To learn more and to find out if you may be eligible for Social Security Disability, our attorneys welcome you to contact our law firm today.
Need Help? Contact Our North Carolina Social Security Disability Lawyers
Do you suffer from any of the above conditions? Do you believe you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability? Have you applied and been denied Social Security Disability? Are you no longer able to work due to your disability? If you have replied “Yes” to any of these questions, our Social Security Disability lawyers at Riddle & Brantley, LLP offer our helping hand to obtain the SSD benefits you deserve.
Our lawyers have helped dozens of individuals receive disability throughout the years and have a vast knowledge of the Social Security Administrations application and approval process. We are prepared to put this knowledge to use for you in your specific case today.
With four offices in Goldsboro, Jacksonville, Raleigh, and Kinston, North Carolina, our lawyers at Riddle & Brantley, LLP are able to serve clients throughout the entire state and elsewhere required. Some of the areas our SSD lawyers serve include:
Furthermore, our lawyers also serve the surrounding cities, suburbs, and towns of these areas and elsewhere needed across the United States, all while operating on a contingency fee basis. This simply means that we will not get paid unless you recover the benefits you deserve.
If you have any questions regarding your Social Security Disability, we welcome you to call our Social Security disability lawyers at 1-800-525-7111 today or complete the free case evaluation form at the top of this page. This form is free to submit and all information entered will be confidential to our law firm.