Indiana Digestive System Disorder Attorneys
In order to qualify for Social Security disability benefits in Indiana, you must prove to the Social Security Administration (SSA) that you are physically or mentally impaired and therefore cannot perform any substantial work for an extended period of time. If the SSA determines that your disability is expected to last longer than 12 months or result in death, you will likely be approved. Anyone applying for disability will need to provide evidence of their condition.
The dedicated Social Security disability lawyers with the Hankey Law Office in Indiana are extremely familiar with all restrictions and stipulations outlined by the SSA and can guide you through all filing procedures in Indiana. We understand how devastating it may be to have a disabling condition where you feel like you can no longer provide for yourself. Fortunately, you may qualify for disability benefits and therefore will be able to financially support your family once again.
Qualifying Digestive System Disorders
The serious digestive disorders that often qualify an individual for disability benefits include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Gastrointestinal hemorrhaging from any cause, requiring blood transfusion
- Chronic liver disease
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- Short bowel syndrome (SBS)
- Weight loss due to any digestive disorder
- Liver transplantation
You should not have to suffer through a disabling condition without support. The digestive system disorder attorneys in Indiana are committed you to your care. We can help you file the claim you need in Indiana.
Contact an Indiana Digestive System Disorder Attorney for Help
If you believe you are experiencing a debilitating digestive system disorder, you may potentially qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Contacting an experienced and achieved attorney at the Hankey Law Office in Indiana is the first step you can take to get your life back on track. Contact us at (317) 634-8565 to speak with our Indiana legal team today.