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As with any condition, winning Social Security Disability benefits for seizures can be complicated. To be candid, seizure cases are particularly tricky with the Social Security Administration (SSA) because many people have seizure disorders where the main problems occur only when the person is not taking the medicine or is consuming alcohol. People with disabling seizure disorders are usually well aware of such other profiles because they tend to get the questions about medication or alcohol issues early and often in their interactions with medical professionals.
The SSA requires that you have frequent seizures that affect your ability to work – seizures that are so severe you will be unable to work for 12 months.
To qualify for disability benefits, you will need medical evidence including documentation of the frequency of your seizures.
There are different types of seizure disorders, SSA has different rules about each.
If you need help proving your seizures affect your ability to work for at least one full year, call our Chicago disability attorneys at Nash Disability Law. The process of getting disability benefits is usually complicated, so let us help you gather all the evidence of your seizures and prove to the SSA that you’re eligible for benefits.
When you suffer from seizures that affect your ability to work, it’s important you do the following:
If you suffer from frequent seizures, call our disability attorneys. As you probably know, people misunderstand what you go through and the SSA is no different. We want to help you get the Social Security Disability benefits you need. Get started with a free consultation.
At Nash Disability Law, we’ve helped thousands of people in the Chicago area win disability benefits – including people who suffer from seizures.
If your seizures or the frequency of your seizures make it impossible for you to work, let our disability attorneys help you apply for benefits – or appeal if you were denied.
Winning disability benefits is never easy, but success is possible.
If you suffer from any seizures and can no longer work, call our disability attorneys at 312-561-3546 for a free evaluations of your Social Security Disability claim. Whether you need to apply or appeal your denial, call us first.