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Condition Resources by State

If you or a family member has recently been diagnosis with a new condition or illness, it can seem overwhelming. You now may be trying to figure out how to overcome this new diagnosis and receive the treatments you need. Working may not be feasible, creating a new financial strain for you and your family.

If you can no longer work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. To qualify, you will need provide medical evidence to support your claim and demonstrate that your condition will keep you from being able to work. Fortunately, there are many different resources available in specialized areas that can assist in both your road to recovery as well as provide support for your claim.

Resources Available

Depending on your condition, there are many different resources that can offer support and guidance for you as well as your family and friends. Most states have different resources that can walk you through treatments and provide different options or paths to recovery. There are doctors and groups that specialize in specific areas and conditions. Some of these resources can include:

  • Oncologists
  • Neurologists
  • Specialists
  • Support Groups

Social Security offices are also a great resources when apply for disability benefits and are located in each state. At the field office, you can speak with someone on how your condition my qualify you for disability benefits and what you will need to apply.

Legal Help From a Social Security Disability Lawyer

The disability application process can be tedious. Initial claims are often denied due to lack of proper medical evidence and documents. A Social Security disability lawyer can ease the application process and make sure your application is well supported. As you visit different specialists, an attorney will know what paperwork to save to increase your chances of a successful claim. Completing the Free Disability Evaluation will connect you with a lawyer equipped to help you with your application.

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