Huntington’s Disease and Social Security Disability Benefits

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Social Security disability and Huntington's Disease

Parmele Law Firm Talks Huntington’s Disease and Social Security Disability By Ashley Baine Attorney, PLF Huntington’s disease is an inherited disease that causes the degeneration of nerve cells in the brain. It typically affects the person’s movement and thinking and can lead to psychiatric disorders. People with the disease typically develop signs and symptoms in their thirties or forties. Huntington’s … Read More

A Disability Attorney on Lupus and Disability Benefits

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Disability lawyer says Lupus can qualify for disability benefits

A Disability Attorney Discusses Lupus By Brook Qualls, Attorney, PLF As a disability attorney in Missouri, I have represented people with a variety of mental and physical conditions that affect their ability to work. One category of impairments that is often misunderstood by those not plagued with them is immune system disorders. One common condition that can qualify an individual … Read More

Can I Get Social Security Disability Benefits due to Crohn’s Disease?

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doctor holding up crohns disease sign for social security disability benefits

Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits for Crohn’s Disease By Andrew DeLaMare Attorney, PLF Inflammatory bowel disorders (IBD) are a very common problem for millions of Americans.  On specific type of IBD is Crohn’s disease.  Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory condition of the intestines.  For some individuals, Crohn’s disease can result in having significant difficulties maintaining full-time employment.  For these … Read More

Social Security Disability Benefits for Alzheimer’s Disease

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Alzheimer’s Disease (ALZ) is a devastating degenerative condition affecting more and more people, especially in later stages of life. This disease attacks several sections of the nervous system with the brain taking the brunt of these attacks. Two of the most prominent signs of ALZ are: when a person gradually loses the ability to recognize people in their life and when they … Read More