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Indiana SSA Hematological Disorder Claims Attorneys

To address the needs of people living with disabilities, the Social Security Administration (SSA) offers benefits to qualifying applicants who are in need of financial assistance. While these benefits can be critical to those who receive them, the application process can be exceedingly complicated for many qualifying applicants in Indiana.

With that in mind, the Indiana SSA hematological disorder claims attorneys at Hankey Marks & Crider can helpyou prepare the documentation and application required to successfully apply for these critical benefits. If you are living with a hematological disorder in Indiana, our Indiana attorneys can help you ensure your application is as complete as it possibly can be.

Hematological Disorders

To qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, Indiana citizens living with one of the following hematological disorder will typically need to prove that the condition has continued to exist a full three months prior to their first treatment in Indiana. Qualifying hematological disorders include, but are not limited to:

  • Chronic anemia
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Chronic thrombocytopenia

Furthermore, the findings of your laboratory results must accurately reflect the values imaged in two or more examinations over that period of three months, including myelography, x-ray imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized axial tomography (CAT scan), and radionuclear bone scans.

Consult with an Indiana SSA Hematological Disorder Claims Attorney

At Hankey Marks & Crider, our Indiana SSA hematological disorder claims attorneys are prepared to help you ensure that you both meet the requirements for benefits and that your application is as complete as it possibly can be. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our Indiana social security attorneys, please call our Indiana offices at (317) 634-8565 today.