Thursday, 19 January 2017

Having Problems Convincing Social Security That Your Neuropathy Is A Serious Condition? (Vid)

Today's video is a very useful one, not just for people in the US living with neuropathy trying to claim disability benefits but people all over the world in the same situation. Of course, outside the US you will need to deal with your own local authorities but the information in this video applies to everyone with nerve damage who need to convince the authorities that their condition is real and deserving of social security support. Well worth 5 minutes of your time.

Nerve Pain or Neuropathy and SSDI Claims
Published 12th february 2015

Are you applying for Social Security disability benefits based on nerve pain or neuropathy? While pain is a factor in many different types of SSDI or SSI claims, my experience has been that disability judges are very often receptive to nerve pain cases.

As discussed in this video, severe nerve pain often arises from significant medical problems - conditions that include:
herniated disc
spinal stenosis
autoimmune diseases

Or nerve pain may be idiopathic, meaning that there is no definitive cause.

Whatever the reason for your nerve pain, you will need a clear strategy to convince a Social Security judge that you meet SSA’s definition of disability. I hope this video helps you better understand what the judge is looking for and what evidence you will need.

Want more information about winning your Social Security disability case? Visit my web site at http://www.georgiasocialsecuritydisab... or call my office. Visit if you would like a free case review.

Jonathan Ginsberg
Ginsberg Law Offices
Atlanta, GA

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