If you are suffering from Parkinson's disease and and want to speak to a Charlotte SSD lawyer, call Bridgman Law Offices today at (704) 815-6055.
The Social Security Administration relies on its Blue Book when making determinations of eligibility for disability benefits. This book contains a listing of symptoms and side effects of certain diseases that must be present at the time of applying in order to qualify for benefits. Your Charlotte SSD lawyer can assist you in preparing your application as well as handling the appeals process in the event of a denial.
If you are at the beginning stages of the application process or facing an upcoming administrative hearing, a Charlotte SSD attorney can help take some of the pressure off and help you obtain the disability benefits you need.
The Blue Book and Parkinson’s Disease
Your Charlotte SSD lawyer will review the Blue Book with you upon your initial consultation. The book is divided into two sections: one for adults and one for children. It is further divided into multiple sub-sections pertaining to various organ systems in the body. Section 11.06 of the Blue Book refers to “Parkisonian Syndrome.” As your Charlotte SSD lawyer will explain, symptoms that must be present in order to qualify include: “[s]ignificant rigidity, bradykinesia, or tremor in two extremities, which, singly or in combination, result in sustained disturbance of gross and dexterous movements, or gait and station.”
Contact an Experienced Charlotte SSD Attorney Today
If you are suffering from Parkinson’s disease and would like the assistance of an experienced Charlotte SSD lawyer as you prepare your application for disability benefits, call the attorneys of Bridgman Law Offices today at (704) 815-6055 for a free initial consultation.