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Dealing with disability benefit delays

There are numerous frustrations confronting people who are seeking disability benefits from the government, from the demands of providing medical evidence to figuring out where to look for answers to your questions. And as an added frustration, the Social Security disability system is notoriously slow-moving when it comes to reviewing applications and approving benefits.

Rare conditions and the difficult road to diagnoses

As advanced as medicine is today, there are still many conditions that are not well understood and/or do not have effective treatments or cures. This can be incredibly frustrating for people suffering from conditions that make it all but impossible for them to carry out daily activities.

Disabled workers face increased stress on the job

People who live with disabling conditions are likely used to certain tasks being more difficult for them than for people without such conditions. However, being difficult doesn't mean impossible, and in general, there are adjustments and accommodations that can make certain tasks easier.

The complications of maximizing your disability payments

If you are disabled and unable to work, money and stability will likely be among your top concerns. After all, if you can't work and earn a paycheck, how will you care for yourself? How will you secure medical treatment for your condition? How will you provide for your family?

What are 'Compassionate Allowances'?

If you have a disabling condition, you already know that it can affect just about every aspect of your life. You can become more dependent on your loved ones; you might require ongoing care and regular hospital visits; you can be dealing with incredible amounts of stress, sadness and anxiety. Further, you may be struggling financially due to huge medical costs and an inability to work.

Legal guidance crucial in presenting medical evidence

If you are suffering from a mental or physical condition that is severe enough to disrupt your ability to care for yourself and do the things you used to do, then your medical issues are undoubtedly among your top concerns at any given time.

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