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Cleveland Diabetes Disability Lawyers
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Diabetes and other endocrine disorders can cause serious complications and lead to a loss of function. If your diabetes makes it impossible for you to work for 12 months or longer, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. While diabetes alone is not generally sufficient to get a claim approved, the damage it can do to your heart, intestines and other organs may support your claim.
At Garson Johnson LLC, our experienced Cleveland diabetes disability attorneys are dedicated to helping people get the benefits they deserve. We have represented injured and ill people for more than 40 years. We know the impact an illness like diabetes can have on individuals and families. To discuss your SSD claim with a knowledgeable disability lawyer, Call 216-696-9330, toll free at 800-747-9330, or contact us online. We offer a free initial consultation.
Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
Juvenile diabetes, or type 1 diabetes, is a chronic illness that requires daily insulin. While a child's disability cannot qualify a healthy adult for SSD benefits, low-income families with children with type 1 diabetes may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income. Adults with type 1 diabetes may qualify for SSD if they suffer from chronic hyperglycemia, diabetic ketoacidosis or other serious complications that prevent them from working.
Type 2 diabetes, or adult-onset diabetes, can also qualify a person for benefits if he or she cannot control the condition. The key is to be able to provide medical evidence of the condition, how it has impacted your overall health and what you have done to control the situation. We can help you gather the proper information to make a compelling claim for Social Security Disability benefits.
Contact Garson Johnson LLC Today
If diabetes has left you unable to work, you may be entitled to benefits. To discuss your situation and learn more about how to obtain SSD benefits, call our experienced attorneys at 216-696-9330, toll free at 800-747-9330, or contact us online. We have the resources and knowledge you need to manage your claim for benefits.