Does Your Heart Condition Make It Impossible To Work?
Heart disease is one of the most common serious conditions affecting people across Michigan and throughout the United States. Not only can any heart illness potentially impact your ability to work, but also the side-effects of heart medications can be disabling. If you are struggling with a heart condition that prevents you from working, you may be eligible for benefits from the Social Security Administration.
At Bredell & Bredell, in Ypsilanti and Jackson, we work with clients who are facing serious illness or conditions that prevent them from working for at least a year and who have been wrongfully denied needed, long-term disability payments. We work to help you build the case and supporting evidence you need to recover Social Security Disability (SSD and SSI) benefits.
Trust Your Social Security Disability Case To Our Michigan Heart Condition Lawyer
The reality is that getting the Social Security Disability benefits you are owed can be a long process spanning years, and it is important to avoid delays wherever possible. By working with our lawyers, we help you file quickly and correctly. We can’t promise results, and we know that many people with legitimate claims are forced to go through an appeals process, but we can promise to be by your side every step of the way.
We represent clients who are facing serious disability as a result of:
- Heart disease
- Congestive heart failure
- Effects of heart medications
- Vascular disease
A heart condition can have a devastating impact on your ability to work and participate in your normal life. We help you prove this negative impact and work to get you the benefits you need. The Social Security Administration needs only one reason or excuse to deny your claim. We work to make sure that your application doesn’t give it that reason.
Ann Arbor Stressful Work Condition Attorney
Even the most ordinary kinds of work can create significant stress, and for a person with a weak heart that stress can be dangerous or even fatal. Our offices are easily accessible and conveniently located in Jackson and Ypsilanti.
Contact our attorneys today by calling at 734-482-5000 to schedule a free initial consultation and case review.