Lawyers Versed In Social Security Benefits Law
Before a person receives benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), he or she must first be determined to be disabled. Not all conditions are deemed to be disabling by the Social Security Administration (SSA), and people who do not meet the criteria for disability will not be approved for benefits.
Poughkeepsie SSDI Attorney
At Dennis Kenny Law, we represent clients in Albany, New York, and across Hudson Valley in all aspects of Social Security benefit claims. This section of our website is dedicated to providing you with some basic information about disability evaluation under Social Security and the types of conditions the SSA considers in the course of reviewing a request for benefits.
Evaluation Of A Condition For Social Security Benefits
Our lawyers have substantial experience handling all types of Social Security Disability cases. We have a comprehensive knowledge of the Social Security system and the criteria used in determining eligibility for benefits. We will take the time to help you understand the criteria used by the SSA and give you our honest opinion about the viability of your claim.
Conditions that may qualify you for Social Security benefits include:
- Musculoskeletal system impairments: such as scoliosis, severe fractures, amputations and other devastating problems.
- Cardiovascular disease and injuries: such as vein and artery disorders, chronic heart failure (CHF) and heart beat irregularities.
- Respiratory disease or injury: such as asthma or lung cancer.
- Neurological injuries: such as brain tumors, epilepsy, multiple concussions or other brain injury.
- Skin diseases: such as sever burns, lesions and dermatitis.
- Special senses and speech loss: any loss of ability to communicate and see.
- Neoplastic impairment and diseases:such as leukemia, melanoma and other cancer diagnoses.
How To Reach Dennis Kenny Law
Contact our office today to discuss your questions about Social Security Disability benefits and how different conditions are evaluated. You can reach us by phone at 845-764-4494, toll free at 888-312-5516 or via email.