When A Heart Condition Leaves You Disabled
A serious heart condition can make it impossible to engage in any line of work. Heart conditions can cause severe fatigue, chest pain, difficulty breathing, unsafe fluctuations in blood pressure and other symptoms that make both physical and sedentary jobs difficult to perform. If you suffer from a heart condition and are seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, it is important to consult with an experienced disability law attorney.
I am Trevor A. Brown, an SSDI and SSI attorney in Dalton serving clients throughout Northwest Georgia. I understand the impact a heart condition can have on your ability to work. I am here to help you pursue the disability benefits you need.
Does My Heart Condition Qualify?
Types of heart conditions that may qualify you for SSDI or SSI benefits include:
- Coronary artery disease
- Congestive heart failure
It may be obvious to you that your heart condition leaves you disabled, but you must present documented proof to the Social Security Administration (SSA). The decision-makers at the SSA need to see compelling evidence from electrocardiograms, MRIs and other diagnostic tests that demonstrate the severity of your heart condition.
I have extensive experience handling heart condition claims and can help you present your case in the most compelling light. I know what evidence is likely to sway SSA officials and can handle all aspects of your SSDI or SSI claim or appeal.