Toledo Severe Impairment Attorney: SSDI/SSI Claims
Attorney Linda A. Jones advocates for people from all walks of life who are unable to work due to disabilities. All her professional energies go toward helping people navigate the steps necessary to get approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
SSDI/SSI Application Guidance · Reconsideration And Appeals
You may need counsel on whether your specific severe impairment — or multiple conditions — qualify you for benefits. You may need assistance completing your application. You may, like a high percentage of other applicants who have applied, received a claim denial. In all such situations, experienced Toledo severe impairment lawyers Linda Jones is here to help.
Extensive Experience Winning Claims Based On Physical Illness Or Injury
The list of “qualifying severe impairments” maintained by the Social Security Administration (SSA) is lengthy and detailed. It covers a very broad range of physical diseases, orthopedic conditions due to injury and/or age, and mental conditions. This list covers categories including but not limited to:
- Musculoskeletal injuries and disorders, including back injuries, joint injuries, spinal stenosis, and gait difficulties
- The senses, including full or partial vision, hearing or speech loss
- Respiratory and cardiovascular illnesses such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, MS, arthritis, brain tumors, skin disorders, psoriasis, hidradenitis, vascular accident, skin lesions, hypertension and chronic heart failure
- Malignant tumors and cancer in many forms
- Digestive system impairments, including liver and bowel diseases
- Hematological (blood) disorders such as chronic anemia
- Endocrine disorders such as diabetes mellitus and thyroid diseases
- Neurological impairments such as epilepsy and Parkinsonian syndrome
- Heart failure, respiratory disorders and diabetes
Assisting People Unable To Work Due To Mental Impairments
The SSA also recognizes that many mental disorders may prevent an individual from performing work and maintaining employment. You may qualify for benefits if you have been diagnosed with a condition such as schizophrenic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic anxiety or depression. The key consideration is whether your condition prevents you from being able to maintain steady employment.
Other mental health conditions considered by the Social Security Administration include but are not limited to:
- Cognitive disfunction
- Social withdrawal
- Bipolar disorder
- Inability to concentrate
- Social anxiety
- Learning disorder
- Eating disorder
Contact An SSI Disability Lawyer And SSDI Advocate You Can Trust
Linda A. Jones & Co. LLC offers a free consultation and pledges to always give you straight answers, not false hope. Attorney Jones takes on cases only if she believes she can succeed for the client, and you will pay no attorney fee at all unless and until she does. To set up a free initial consultation, call 419-719-5286 or fill out the online contact form.