Physical Disabilities: Ohio Social Security Disability Attorneys
To be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you must have a physical disability, mental disability or a combination of the two that is expected to significantly impair your ability to work for at least 12 months or may cause death. A physical disability may include an injury, disease or other physical impairment.
Physical impairments that may constitute a qualifying SSDI disability (depending on their severity) include:
- Cardiovascular illness or injury (heart and circulatory system)
- Respiratory illness or injury (e.g., lung disease)
- Neurological impairments (e.g., brain damage and impairment)
- Endocrine system impairments (involving hormone production problems)
- Hematological disorders (blood-related conditions)
- Immune system disorders (HIV, Lyme disease and others)
- Neoplastic diseases (malignant tumors, including brain tumors and leukemia)
- Digestive system impairments
- Skin disorders
- Back and neck injuries
- Multiple sclerosis
- Chronic pain
- Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
Even in cases in which a single medical condition is not sufficient to impair an individual’s ability to work for 12 months, a combination of physical and/or mental impairments may provide a sufficient basis to obtain SSDI benefits. Visit our section on multiple medical conditions to learn more.
Put An Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer To Work For You
If you need an experienced Social Security Disability attorney, contact Philip J. Fulton Law Office in Columbus, Ohio. We represent clients throughout Ohio in SSDI claims. If you are ineligible for SSDI benefits, we may also be able to assist you in obtaining Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Our attorneys have extensive experience in SSDI and SSI claims and appeals.
Do Not Give Up Hope
If your claim for Social Security Disability benefits has already been denied, do not give up hope. Most initial claims are denied, but with the help of an experienced SSDI attorney, many individuals who have had their initial claims denied do receive benefits.
Our attorneys have represented more than 1,000 clients in Social Security Disability claims. Over the past 35 years, we have developed a reputation as a law firm that will take tough cases and frequently wins tough cases. In fact, we are often referred complex cases by other attorneys. Our knowledge of the law and our skill and determination are a decided advantage in complex SSDI claims and appeals.
Contact Our Columbus Social Security Disability Attorneys
We charge no fees unless we recover Social Security Disability benefits for you. To schedule a free consultation with a Columbus SSDI lawyer at our firm, call 614-963-9569. You may also reach us by email.