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Helping you acquire the SSD benefits you need

Unless you were born with a disabling condition, no one ever expects to acquire a disability later in life. Nonetheless, many Americans become disabled due to a serious injury or illness. This can put an individual in quite a predicament because they are no longer able to live life as they once did. Additionally, they are unable to return to work, which can present many financial challenges.

SSD can provide financial relief for those with a disability

For Los Angeles residents suffering from a chronic health condition, everyday life can present challenges. A serious, long-term medical problem can cause significant pain and suffering and interfere with one's enjoyment of life. In more severe cases, a chronic disease can make it impossible to work and earn a living. For people in this situation, Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits for illness can provide much-needed financial help.

Know the signs of post-traumatic stress disorder

Traumatic events can cause post traumatic stress disorder. Symptoms can start anywhere from immediately after the event to years down the road. While many tend to think of PTSD as it relates to war veterans, the truth is that any traumatic event can lead to PTSD. You also do not need to be the person who was hurt to develop this disorder, as just watching someone else get hurt can bring on the development of PTSD.

New proposal would urge the disabled back to work

if three Republican politicians have their way, Social Security disability benefits would be reformed so as to urge disabled residents of the Los Angeles area to return to work if doing so is at all possible.

Helping you seek SSD benefits for mental conditions

In society today, mental conditions are often misunderstood. Many are not aware how badly they can impact the life of someone. Whether a person was recently diagnosed or has had a mental condition for years, it is likely that they are being treated for the symptoms of the illness. While this can help reduce the symptoms of the condition, helping an individual return to his or her normal life, others are not so fortunate. Mental conditions can be severe and debilitating, making it difficult to work and maintain an enjoyable life.

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