Social Security Disability and Epilepsy

Obtaining Social Security Disability benefits for a severe seizure disorder like epilepsy can be difficult, but it’s possible if you can prove it significantly impairs your ability to work—especially if your symptoms occur regularly opposed to sporadically.

How can you increase your chances of being approved? You can start by tracking your symptoms and keeping a written record of them, having a licensed medical professional monitor your case with written documentation to support his/her findings, and faithfully taking any prescribed medications for your condition.

Though documented medical records are the strongest evidence in proving the basis of an SSDI claim, a decision maker may seek information on the severity of your impairment from your friends and family members. So it’s important to keep close loved ones apprised of your condition should this be a factor in your case.

Talking to an experienced West Virginia Social Security Disability lawyer can help you build the most credible case possible. The experienced staff of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, advocate for clients at every step in the application and appeals process and are experienced at avoiding roadblocks that can delay the process. Call us toll-free at 1.877.526.3457 or send us an e-mail to schedule your 100% free initial consultation today.

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