Social Security Disability benefits due to an illness can be awarded to all those who may be eligible. This is because a prolonged and grave illness and disability may render a person unemployable. Years of medical expenses can become a major problem for a Michigan resident, as well as family members. Families often struggle to pay for their medical expenses in such cases.
Federal law identifies specific ailments that qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Our law firm's founding member, Robert D. Paulbeck, has decades of experience and expertise in fighting for Social Security claims. Social Security lawyers know that seeking Social Security benefits can be a struggle and can result in financial turmoil.
There is an elaborate list of impairments which may qualify a Michigan resident for Social Security Disability benefits for illnesses. Medical conditions that may qualify for Social Security benefits include chronic cardiac problem, skin disorders and neurological problems, including tumors or Parkinson's disease. Many people suffer from disabilities due to car accidents, sport accidents or even accidents that occur at their own homes or at the homes of another. Some may have suffered from workplace injuries that have resulted in massive head or spinal cord injuries resulting in chronic illness.
Robert D. Paulbeck has more than 25 years of experience minimizing the legal hassle for his clients and maximizing his abilities to attempt to fight for their Social Security benefits. Traversing through the copious amount of legal documents may be a difficult task for Michigan residents.