Ohio Social Security Disability—Cancer Lawyers
Few conditions inspire as much fear as cancer. Despite medical advances, most people regard cancer as a life-threatening condition. The treatments for cancer can also be debilitating, leaving the patient feeling exhausted and sick. The severity of the condition and the physical and mental suffering that attend cancer treatments can make the shock of receiving an SSD denial letter overwhelming. In many cases, the problem is that the SSD application was not filled out properly or the medical evidence provided was deemed insufficient.
If you are seeking SSD benefits due to any form of cancer, our attorneys at Seaman Garson LLC can help you. Call 216-830-1000, toll free at 800-747-9330, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation at our offices in Cleveland.
Attorneys at our firm have the experience and skill you need to pursue Social Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income benefits. We understand the medical and procedural requirements the government uses to review each application. We can help you gather and present the evidence you need to get benefits for any type of cancer, including:
- Breast cancer
- Skin cancer
- Lung cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Other forms of malignant neoplastic disease
Qualifying Cancer Conditions
A Social Security Disability evaluation is based on more than having a cancer diagnosis. To prove that your condition meets the Social Security Administration standards, you must provide medical evidence of the type, extent and site of the cancer. You must show that the cancer is untreatable or that treatments have not been effective enough to end the disability. The process can be time-consuming and frustrating. Our experienced lawyers can take the burden off your shoulders and let you focus on your health.
Contact Seaman Garson LLC Today
If you have filed an SSD claim and been denied, or if you are considering filing for disability benefits, you need to speak to a lawyer at our firm. Call 216-830-1000, toll free at 800-747-9330, or contact us online to discuss your situation.