What Impairments Are Recognized By The SSA?
If you suffer from a disability, you may qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. In order to provide people with information regarding disabilities recognized by the Social Security Administration (SSA), the SSA has provided a list of impairments at its website, ssa.gov, including physical and mental disorders. These are a first step to identifying a disorder that may make you eligible for benefits.
Explore Your Options
In some cases, a medical condition that impacts your life may not be included in this list. A lawyer experienced in disability law can review your case and medical condition and determine the options available to you. At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, LLC, our practice is dedicated to disability law. This means that our lawyers are especially prepared to help you.
If your condition requires additional documentation or medical tests, our Social Security Disability attorneys and staff may suggest additional treatment sources to whom we can refer you.
We Can Help You Demand Justice
Filing for Social Security benefits can be confusing and frustrating. We believe in relieving families of the burdens associated with it. Our extensive experience and legal knowledge in the area of Social Security Disability and SSA impairment hearings means we know how to hold SSA decisions and officials accountable.