Diabetes & SSD Benefits
Work with a Qualified Dallas Social Security Disability Lawyer
Diabetes is one of the
common disorders for which individuals apply for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits.
Diabetes is a disease that can affect a person's ability to work when
it gets very serious. The government's
Social Security disability insurance program provides benefits that can help individuals with diabetes
and other disabilities pay for their living expenses when they are unable
to earn adequate income because of their medical conditions.
It can be very difficult to prove that you qualify for SSD benefits because
of your diabetes. For this reason, you can greatly benefit from hiring
a legal professional to help you get through the application process.
Our law firm, The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, have a team of highly knowledgeable
Dallas Social Security Disability lawyers who are ready to provide you
with top-quality legal support. Learn more about diabetes and SSD claims
for this disease by reading the information below.
About Diabetes in Texas & Nationwide
In 2010, about 1.8 million adult Texans had been diagnosed with diabetes,
representing 9.7% percent of adults in the state's adult population,
according to data provided by the
Texas Department of State Health Services. In comparison, about 22 million adults had been diagnosed with diabetes
in the entire United States in 2010, representing 9.3% of the nation's
Diabetes is a disease that results in high levels of sugar in the blood—usually
caused by a lack of insulin, a resistance to insulin or both, according to the
U.S. National Library of Medicine. Individuals with this disease typically have either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
Some of the symptoms that could result from diabetes include:
- Blurred Vision
- Excessive Thirst
- Excessive Hunger
- Excessive Urination
While people with diabetes can usually carry on with their normal activities
by changing their lifestyles, there are other situations in which the
disease simply cannot be controlled. In these types of situations, the
person with diabetes can end up suffering from organ damage.
How Diabetes Is Evaluated for SSD Benefits
Diabetes falls under the "endocrine disorders" category for consideration
by U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA). Endocrine disorders are
medical conditions that result in hormonal imbalances. Essentially, they
are conditions that occur when too much or too little of a certain hormone
in the body is produced.
When evaluating your case, the government will look at how severe your
symptoms are and to what extent this has impeded your ability to work.
It is extremely important that you have the appropriate documentation
and other forms of evidence that show how serious your condition is and
its effects on your life. Furthermore, you will need to meet other basic
criteria set by the SSA, including those related to your work history
and the length of time your condition has or is expected to keep you from
earning adequate income.
How The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC Can Help You
Our Dallas SSD attorneys can help determine the best way to approach your
SSD application. Furthermore, if your claim is denied, we can assist you
in appealing the decision. There are many individuals who are not approved
the first time around but are later successful.
Contact us right away so we can get begin working with you as early in the process
as possible. In addition to Dallas, we also serve various other areas
within the state of Texas.