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Cleveland Neurological Conditions Attorney
Ohio SSD Neurological Conditions Lawyers
Few health problems are as frustrating and painful as neurological impairments. The loss of control and function that accompanies a neurological illness or injury is often difficult to treat. Some neurological conditions are difficult to diagnose. If you or a loved one is seeking disability benefits from the Social Security Administration due to a neurological condition, our attorneys at Garson Johnson LLC can help. Call 216-696-9330, toll free at 800-747-9330, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation at our offices in Cleveland.
Lawyers who regularly handle SSD claims understand how difficult it is to obtain Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits based on a neurological condition. A person with multiple sclerosis (MS) may present with different symptoms from one day to the next. A person suffering from epilepsy must provide evidence about the duration, type and frequency of his or her seizures. They must prove these seizures are debilitating even while carefully following any prescribed anti-epileptic therapy. Gathering and presenting evidence to prove that your disability is severe is not a simple matter.
In addition to epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, neurological impairments can include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), muscular dystrophy, spinal cord lesions, cerebral palsy, brain tumors and degenerative conditions such as Huntington's disease. Every case is unique and requires careful analysis and thorough preparation. If you suffer from any neurological condition that prevents you from working, you could be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits.
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Our Ohio law firm is committed to helping the victims of illness and injury. We have been helping clients throughout Ohio for more than 40 years. Contact us online or Call 216-696-9330, toll free at 800-747-9330, to schedule a free initial consultation.