Every year thousands of Americans suffer injuries to their brains when they are involved in accidents and incidents such as falls, vehicle collisions and work-related traumas. While some brain injuries will resolve themselves and will allow Charlotte residents to go back to living their normal lives, others can have devastating and long-lasting effects. This post will discuss traumatic brain injuries and how they may qualify someone for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.
As this blog has discussed on previous occasions, a Charlotte worker who gets hurt on the job and winds up with a permanent disability as a result may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits for her injuries.
Minor injuries are a common occurrence in the lives of Charlotte residents. The daily bumps, bruises and cuts that individuals often accidently self-inflict can cause significant short-term pain but rarely manifest into serious injuries that keep people from meeting their professional responsibilities. From time to time, though, serious accidents and incidents happen that inflict major injuries on their victims and that force hardworking men and women from keeping up with their jobs.
Back injuries can be debilitating conditions for Charlotte workers. They can affect anyone, from laborers who lift heavy objects during the course of their work to office workers who spend much of their time in front of computers. When a person suffers a serious injury to their back they may not be able to get back to the job that they need to provide for their loved ones. The Social Security Administration recognizes a variety of ailments that may affect individuals' backs in its disability listings.
Work-related accidents that result in fatalities usually make the news in Charlotte, so our readers probably know when those events occur. But what some people may not realize is that nonfatal injuries and illnesses that occur due to on-the-job causes are much more common than fatalities.
There are millions of Americans who deal with physical and mental disabilities. Some qualify to receive Social Security Disability benefits. But, some of our readers may wonder, does it matter how you develop the disability to receive this benefits? For instance, can you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits for injuries?