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Those who suffer from autoimmune disorders may get SSD benefits

On Behalf of | Dec 14, 2016 | Social Security Disability Benefits For Illness

When most people think about the individuals who receive Social Security Disability benefits, they probably envision those who are suffering from serious illnesses, like cancer or heart disease, or those who have become disabled due to a serious injury. However, what some of our readers may not realize is that there are many different illnesses that could qualify a person to receive SSD benefits. Autoimmune disorders are among the diseases that the Social Security Administration may consider as a disability.

For those who don’t know, autoimmune diseases can include lupus and multiple sclerosis. These types of diseases might be best described as the person’s body attacking itself: the person’s own tissues in the body become the target for the body’s immune system. While the symptoms can vary widely for Los Angeles residents who suffer from autoimmune diseases, some are left unable to walk, let alone work. Others will have to deal with numbness, while some will even have impaired vision.

Needless to say, an autoimmune disorder can mean the end of a person’s working career. For those who have the requisite amount of work credits, applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be a good way to receive some financial compensation that can be sorely needed to make ends meet.

At our law firm, we know that Los Angeles residents who are suffering from an autoimmune disorder may be looking for answers to many different questions, financial concerns among them. We attempt to help our clients address their financial issues by informing them about the application process for SSD benefits. For more information, please visit our law firm website.

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