What Disabilities Qualify for SSDI?
What disabilities Qualify for SSDI? Government programs can have lots of red tape. Physical impairments qualify for SSDI. Mental impairments qualify for SSDI. A combination of physical and mental impairments could qualify for SSSDI. The following list represents only a fraction of the impairments and illnesses that could keep you from holding your job.
Any type of injury or physical impairment that prevents you from doing your job can qualify you for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. These types of injuries can include:
- Disabling neck and back injuries
- Degenerative disk disease
- Loss of a limb or problems with use of hands
- Eye problems
- Severe head injuries
- Heart problems
Do you suffer from a physical illness or psychological disorder? Is it it impossible for you to work? Then, you may qualify for disability benefits. These types of conditions can include:
- Seizure conditions
- Thyroid conditions
- Diabetes complications
- Bipolar disorders
- Depressive disorders
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits does not limit your type of impairment. Many people suffer from combinations of physical and mental disorders. Our lawyers can assess your situation and get the proper medical records to make your claim.
Our Role in Your Qualification
Our Grove City attorneys start by collecting all of your medical records. We also help get functional capacity reports from your doctors. These reports detail what you can and cannot do physically or mentally.
After we have functional capacity reports, we summarize your medical records and submit a brief to the Social Security Administration.
The illnesses and conditions on this page represent only a fraction of qualifying conditions. The attorneys at Jeffrey Buskirk & Associates have twenty-five years of experience handling Social Security Disability claims. If you are suffering and cannot work, please contact us
at 877-786-6705 or send us an e-mail for a free consultation. Our goal is to help you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.