DISABILITIES THAT QUALIFY YOU FOR SSD
Our Richmond SSD Lawyers Can Help You Obtain Benefits!
A wide variety of conditions can make you eligible to receive social security disability benefits, particularly if you contracted your condition while working to support your family. This is great news for workers who may be wondering where to turn when they lose their ability to work due to one of these conditions. Of course the condition does not automatically qualify you, but does provide you with
If you wish to find out if you qualify for social security disability benefits, contact the Richmond SSD attorneys at Harbison & Kavanagh. Our firm has exhibited an unwavering dedication to our clients and seeing them obtain a successful outcome. Our accolades include honors from Super Lawyers and selection as one of the Best Law Firms by U.S. News & World Report for the year 2016.
For more information or to retain our assistance in securing your benefits, call Harbison & Kavanagh today at (804) 888-8000 and receive a free consultation!
- The following conditions may quality you to receive SSD income:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Brain trauma
- Severe anemia
- Cerebral Palsy
- Lyme Disease
- Graves’ Disease
- Amputation or loss of limb
- Cardiac conditions
- Full or partial paralysis
This is not a complete list, and many other conditions can also qualify you to receive benefits. An attorney will be able to analyze how your life has been impacted by your medical issues and advise you on the best evidence to submit in order to support your case to have it accepted quickly. Most cases are initially denied; we strive to prevent this from happening to you and further delaying your benefits.
We proudly serve Richmond, Petersburg, Charlottesville, Williamsburg, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and residents of the surrounding areas! Contact Harbison & Kavanagh today!
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Our Richmond workers’ compensation lawyers have handled thousands of cases on behalf of injured and disabled workers in the Commonwealth of Virginia. There is very little we have not seen in terms of medical conditions in the context of a disability claim. Our depth of knowledge of the law has been honed through extensive appeal experience at the Federal Court level.