An illness or injury can make life more difficult, and you may be eligible for benefits to ease your worries resulting from your disability. Social Security Disability, or SSD, can help you support yourself when you’re unable to work.
But you may have an aggressive disease that requires a faster response. What conditions automatically qualify you for SSD? Your Florida SSD lawyer at Anderson & Anderson can get you the answers you need about your benefits and your application. Continue reading to learn more about which types of disabilities are automatic SSA qualifiers.
Acute Leukemia is an aggressive, fast-moving cancer. Although treatment is possible, it may require hospitalization and treatments that are just as aggressive to stop the spread of the cancer. That means you may be unable to focus on anything but your treatment. In these cases, you may receive a much speedier answer for your Tampa SSD application.
Early onset Alzheimer’s disease and dementia affects people under sixty-five. You or a loved one may be losing memory, cognitive skills, and language skills quickly. People with these conditions often lose the ability to take care of themselves, and currently, there’s no known cure.
Those with this condition may receive a claim approval within ten days in some cases. Because of this, it’s important to file in a Tampa Social Security office now.
Breast cancer is a deadly disease, and it could require treatment with chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. Working to pay for this treatment may be impossible, especially when you have a family to think about and spend time with during this difficult time.
Certain types of breast cancer, such as stage IV breast cancer, may qualify you for immediate Tampa disability benefits. That means less time waiting and worrying for you and your loved ones.
If you’re suffering from a condition that limits your ability to work, you may be eligible for Tampa SSD benefits. But what conditions automatically qualify you for SSD? If you believe you may qualify, your lawyer at Anderson & Anderson can help you get answers before you file. To learn more about Tampa SSD and your claim, call 813-251-0072 or fill out the online contact form below.