Anemia affecting your ability to work and carry out daily activities?
Get Chronic Anemia Disability benefits.
Chronic anemia occurs when your body doesn’t have enough healthy red blood cells to provide oxygen to your tissues. It is not a disease, but rather, a blood disorder that is often associated with underlying conditions, such as cancer, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, or severe infections.
Like a fever, anemia is a sign that something else is going on in your body.
When your body doesn’t get enough oxygen, you may feel dizzy, faint, lethargic, and experience a racing heart, shortness of breath and appear pale. Chronic anemia may also require frequent blood transfusions.
Many people suffering from chronic anemia are so worn down they have difficulty concentrating and carrying out daily activities. Working may become impossible, putting a severe financial strain on your finances and family.
That’s when you know it’s time to seek Social Security Disability benefits, which provides monthly payments, early Medicare and, quite possibly, a lump sum of accrued back pay.
Unfortunately, obtaining Chronic Anemia Disability benefits is not as simple as ABC. In order to qualify, you must prove that your condition is so severe that it is expected to keep you out of work for at least a year.
The decision-makers at the Social Security Administration will want an incredible amount of information about your condition, work history and functional limitations. If they aren’t satisfied, your application will be denied straightaway ― something that happens more times than not.
Your best hope for a successful outcome is to get legal help from the start. The Disability team at McDonald Law Firm will gather the necessary information, fill out dozens of pages of Social Security Disability forms for you, and build a strong, persuasive claim. If for some reason your claim gets denied, we will appeal your case and represent you during all levels of the process.
We’ll take care of your Disability case. You just take care of yourself.
Getting approved for Chronic Anemia Disability benefits can be difficult, but it is certainly not impossible ― especially if you have a Disability attorney in your corner. Because there are numerous types of anemia, some more severe than others, the evaluation process is complicated.
If your specific hematologic condition is on the Social Security Administration’s list of impairments ― or if it is associated with a disorder on the list ― you could be approved. In fact, many people who get approved for Chronic Anemia Disability benefits qualify under related conditions, like kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, or congestive heart failure.
You could also get awarded benefits if you can show that severe anemia disrupts your everyday activities and makes it impossible to work any job ― even one that is sedentary.
The Disability determination process is very complex and difficult to understand without knowledgeable assistance. The Disability team at McDonald Law Firm will evaluate your circumstances and fully develop your claim for Anemia Disability benefits, maximizing your chance of getting approved in the early stages of the process.
Denied Anemia Disability benefits? Don’t drop out.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of Social Security Disability applications are denied at the first level. Only about one-third get the thumbs up during the first go-round. Everyone else is left facing a multi-step appeals process that often results in a hearing before a Disability judge.
Not surprisingly, many people’s reaction is to just throw in the towel and walk away. What they fail to realize is that they have a better chance of getting approved further into the Disability process. The next step is to appeal your denied Disability claim and, if you haven’t already, hire an experienced Social Security Disability attorney. Don’t delay. You only have 60 days to appeal after you receive a denial letter.
Don’t worry, you CAN afford us.
Many people are intimidated by Disability firms, mostly because they think can’t afford a lawyer to represent them. Nothing could be further from the truth. If you hire our firm, you will never pay anything up-front.
We only get paid if we are successful and our check is cut by the Social Security Administration. If we win, our fee is taken by the federal government out of the back pay award.
You have nothing to lose, but plenty to gain. Call us today at 855-702-9061.