Debilitated by dermatitis ― and desperate for help?
Seek Disability for Dermatitis.
Dermatitis, also known as eczema, simply means skin inflammation. Most people with dermatitis experience red, dry, itchy skin that goes away on its own or with ointments or antihistamines.
Some people, however, experience severe, painful forms of dermatitis, such as psoriasis, dyshidrosis and atopic dermatitis. These types of skin conditions can be chronic, causing painful blisters and skin lesions that flare-up unexpectedly and are resistant to treatment. Sometimes, the blisters appear on the palms of hands or the soles of feet, making it impossible to work and carry out daily activities.
If you or a loved one is suffering from chronic dermatitis and has been (or is expected to be) out of work for at least a year, you could qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. It’s time seek professional legal help.
The Disability team at McDonald Law Firm will evaluate your circumstances, file your disability claim and work diligently to bring some financial stability to your life.
How does the Social Security Administration determine eligibility for Disability for Dermatitis?
The Social Security Administration has very strict guidelines for Disability for Dermatitis. Because dermatitis is a common, treatable condition, many people may not qualify for Disability payments. Chronic sufferers, however, could be awarded Disability benefits during the initial application stage. To qualify, you must meet the following criteria:
- You have extensive skin lesions that have lasted for three months and are not responding to treatment.
- Your condition affects both arms or hands, both legs or feet, or one arm and one leg.
- Your condition interferes with your ability to function, including moving, using your hands or walking.
If you don’t meet this criteria, don’t worry. You could still qualify for Disability for Dermatitis if you can convince the Social Security Administration that your condition is so severe that it prevents you from working any kind of job ― including simple, sedentary or light work.
Let the Disability team at McDonald Law Firm handle the Disability process for you.
It’s important to point out that the Social Security Administration isn’t going to take your word for anything. They will want proof ― and lots of it. They will want to see extensive medical evidence documenting your condition, including:
- Laboratory findings.
- Information about the onset, duration and frequency of flare-ups.
- Details about the location, size and appearance of your lesions.
- History of your exposure to toxins, allergens, irritants or stress factors.
- Details about your ability to function outside of a highly-protective environment.
- Limitations caused by your condition and symptoms.
- The extent of your treatment.
Tracking down medical information is no small undertaking. It can be burdensome and exhausting, especially when you are sick and immobile. We understand, which is why the compassionate staff at McDonald Law Firm will fill out your lengthy Disability application and related forms – including all of your medical information.
Denied Disability for Dermatitis? Don’t get discouraged.
It’s only natural to feel discouraged if you received a denial letter in the mail ― but you are definitely not alone. The truth is that most people are denied Disability benefits during the initial application phase. Your chances actually go up if you appeal a denied Disability claim and enlist the help of an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer. The attorneys at McDonald Law Firm regularly convince the government to reverse an unfavorable decision and award clients the Disability benefits they so desperately need.
No up-front or out-of-pocket attorney’s fees. No reason not to call.
Securing the services offered by SSDHelpNow.com will not cost you anything up-front. Our fees are set by the federal government and are contingent upon us winning your case. If we are successful, the Social Security Administration extracts our fee out of the back pay award and sends it to us directly. If we don’t win, we don’t collect a fee.
The compassionate staff at McDonald Law Firm understand you are going through a difficult time. We would like to try and make your life a little easier. Call us today at 877-568-8413.