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Social Security Disability and Injuries, Impairments, Conditions, and Diseases

Whether you have experienced an injury from an accident or suffering from a physical condition, disease, or a mental health issue, you may be entitled to benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) if the condition is considered disabling.

Unfortunately, the fact that you are genuinely disabled won't matter unless you can convince the SSA that you cannot work.

That's why at Access Disability Advocates, our entire focus is dedicated to helping people obtain Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) and supplemental security income (SSI) benefits.

Call us (518)-377-4204 Do you have questions about Social Security Disability?

The Consultation is FREE and we never charge a fee until we win your case!

Call (518) 377-4204 or contact us now!

Common Disabling Physical Injuries and Conditions

Common Disabling Mental Conditions

These two lists are not a complete listing of the common disabling conditions, injuries, diseases and impairments recognized by the Social Security Administration. These are only examples. In other words, if your condition or impairment isn't listed, do not worry or assume that you won't qualify for benefits.

The important thing to take away is that simply having one of these injuries or conditions is not enough. The impairment must be carefully described so that it fits within one of the SSA's accepted definitions of a disabling injury, illness or condition. We know what the SSA and their administrative law judges are looking for and can help to prepare your case accordingly.

Call us (518)-377-4204 We understand that the Social Security Disability determination process can be confusing, frustrating, and at times even overwhelming.

To discuss your SSD claim or appeal, please call (518) 377-4204 or use our contact page.

The initial consultation is free, and we never charge a fee until we win your case.

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