Has Multiple Sclerosis left you physically – and financially – drained?
Get MS Disability benefits.
Multiple Sclerosis is an unpredictable, debilitating disease that can affect your ability to walk and talk. MS is progressive and there is no cure. While some people may be able to continue working, others find it impossible. They may experience overwhelming fatigue, slurred speech, tremors, or bladder problems.
If you or a loved one has MS and can no longer work, you may be entitled to Multiple Sclerosis Disability benefits. It’s time to seek professional legal help. The disability team at McDonald Law Firm are ready to answer your call.
How does the Social Security Administration decide who qualifies for Multiple Sclerosis Disability benefits?
If your Multiple Sclerosis is advanced, there’s a good chance you’ll get approved for MS Disability benefits during the initial application process if you meet one of these four criteria:
- Difficulty walking or using your hands because of impairments of two or more limbs.
- Vision problems that can’t be corrected with glasses.
- A mental disorder causing memory loss, a decrease in IQ or personality changes.
- Extreme fatigue and muscle weakness.
If your MS symptoms do not meet these criteria, you could still qualify for MS Disability benefits. You will have to prove through medical records, evidence and testimony that your condition prohibits you from doing the work you did before and that you are unable to handle a different type of job. The disability attorneys at McDonald Law Firm have years of experience helping people apply for benefits and know exactly what to do.
Denied MS disability claim? Don’t get discouraged – and don’t delay.
Getting denied disability is not uncommon. In fact, it happens more times than not. The good news is that you can appeal and, with a good disability attorney, you’ve got a good chance of winning. You’ve got 60 days to file an appeal. Call us today.
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A qualified disability attorney can make the process less stressful – and more successful. The disability team at McDonald Law Firm can cut through the red tape and get you the benefits you’ve earned. Call 855-702-9061 now.