Suppose you are a veteran who has developed disabling carpal tunnel syndrome due to your military service. In that case, you may qualify for disability benefits through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? The carpal tunnel is a structure located inside the wrist. The median nerve, one of the […]
Has your claim for paralysis disability been denied? Sometimes in order to get justice, you must fight for it. At Marc Whitehead & Associates, we work with paralyzed individuals across the country who are in desperate need of disability coverage.
Our focus is to help those who are disabled fight back when insurance companies, the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) unfairly deny disability benefits, and fail to pay.
A spinal cord injury and disability can be devastating, but it does not have to ruin your life financially. You may be entitled to private or employer-sponsored disability insurance, as well as Social Security disability insurance benefits. Veterans may be eligible for VA disability compensation.
A spinal cord injury disability occurs when someone suffers from the loss of function, mobility or feeling in the body. As a victim of spinal cord damage, you have much at stake. It is likely you are rendered disabled to some degree, if not entirely.
Some who suffer from back and spine disorders can continue working, but many lose their ability to function in the workplace altogether.
The spine, also called the vertebral column or the spinal column, is a collection of flexible bones that surround the spinal cord.
Stroke Disability Attorneys Provide Help for Stroke Victims
As disability lawyers, we review hundreds of claims from stroke victims that have been denied disability benefits by long term disability insurance providers or government benefit programs.
If your claim for post-stroke disability was unfairly denied, do not give up. That same claim, with proper legal representation, can be appealed and won.
Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in the U.S., and the fourth leading cause of death.
When your nerve roots or spinal cord become damaged due to disease, you can lose some – or all – of your ability to move. In some cases, you may just feel numbness in certain areas of your body. More severe cases, though, can cause people to experience paralysis in their arms, legs, or even from the neck down.
Obviously, people who can’t move tend to have trouble finding work, so the Social Security Administration has chosen to recognize this as a potentially disabling condition. All you need to do to get Social Security disability benefits is qualify.
That means either matching a listing in the Listings of Impairments or proving that your issue is the equivalent of a condition included in the Listings.