SSI and SSDI Claims for Heart Disease
Social Security understands that there are various types of heart disease that may impact an individual’s ability to work. Social Security will consider several factors to determine disability benefits. SSI or Supplemental Security Income pays benefits to disabled adults who have a limited income but do not have a work history. SSDI or Social Security disability income pays benefits to disabled adults who have sufficient work history and paid into the Social Security system. Having a Greensboro Social Security disability lawyer in your corner can make all the difference in your claim.
Your medical records and examinations are essential to your disability claim. You should have a discussion with your doctor about your symptoms. Our Greenboro Social Security disability lawyer knows Social Security regulations regarding heart disease. Social Security will be looking for chronic heart failure, disorders of the arteries, inadequate cardiac output, and pain due to myocardial ischemia; these all can establish your disability claim.
For SSI claims, there are two major areas that you have to establish in order to be eligible for benefits. The first is limited resources and income. The second is that you are medically disabled under Social Security guidelines. The same factors that qualify a person with heart disease for SSDI benefits will be the same factors considered for SSI claims.
CONTACT A GREENSBORO SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAWYER
Contact our Greensboro social security disability lawyer at the Bridgman Law Offices at (704) 815-6055 or toll free at 877-330-4817.