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To be considered disabled and eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (“SSDI” or “disability benefits”) you must have a condition (or set of conditions) that are severe and have lasted or are expected to last at least 12 months. In addition to this, your condition must impose enough functional limitations so as to […]

Migraines and Social Security Disability By James Pavisian, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. Migraines and headaches are one of the more common illnesses I see in my practice as a Social Security disability lawyer. These, along with seizures, are also some of the more difficult claims to win. When I meet with a potential client, […]

By Mike Wolter, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. Chronic headaches can be a very frustrating condition to suffer from.  Many times doctors are unable to diagnose or effectively treat the headaches. Objective testing such as MRIs and CT scans of the brain and head often fail to reveal any abnormal signs that might prove that […]

Migraine Headaches Could Qualify You for Social Security Disability By Andrew DeLaMare, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. Suffering from chronic migraine headaches is a common impairment that can limit an individual’s ability to maintain full-time employment. However, just having migraine headaches will not be enough to be found disabled. In a hearing for Social Security […]