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How To Get Disability Benefits for Arthritis
Arthritis is a disease that encompasses several types of joint inflammation. The term is used to identify roughly 200 different conditions that affect joints and the tissues surrounding them. Causes of Arthritis Old age Wear and tear of a joint from overuse Obesity Autoimmune disorder Injury or infection Family genes…add comment
How to Claim Disability Benefits for Anxiety
Anxiety, often considered an invisible disability, comes in many forms and intensities. At times, it can be mild and easily managed, while at others it can be devastatingly crippling. Anxiety often brings with it uncontrollable feelings of tension, apprehension, alarm, or terror that can be triggered by everyday events. For…5 comments
10 Truck Accident Injuries That Qualify for Disability
A truck accident can be devastating to your health, wellbeing, and finances. Even a minor truck crash can result in life-altering medical complications that qualify you for short term or permanent disability. Several types of truck accident injuries can prevent you from working, which may make you eligible for Social…1 comment
9 Ways Depression Can Qualify for Disability Benefits
Many Americans struggle with depression, anxiety, or another mental health issue on a daily basis. When that struggle becomes intense enough to affect your ability to carry out day-to-day work duties, you may be eligible for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. While it’s not a given, there are…6 comments
How Does the SSA Determine a Disability?
Social Security Disability Insurance provides a monthly cash benefit assistance to individuals with a disability who were once gainfully employed. However, in order to obtain SSDI, an applicant must go through a process that determines their eligibility. How Social Security Determines Who Is Disabled Is the applicant working above the…35 comments
What Are Hidden Disabilities?
A hidden disability is also known as an invisible disability because it’s one that another person usually can’t see. Invisible disabilities can include chronic pain, a traumatic brain injury, an anxiety disorder, or another condition that can impair one’s ability to complete everyday tasks. Some of these conditions may qualify…6 comments