Listing of Impairments – Social Security Benefits for Kidney Disease | New Port Richey Social Security Disability Lawyer

Social Security Disability benefits can be payable for chronic kidney disease. Listing 6.00 requires the presence of chronic renal disease based on your history, physical examination, laboratory evidence of kidney disease, and indications of the progressive nature or laboratory evidence of deterioration or renal function.

The Social Security Administration recognizes nephrotic syndrome and hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation as listed conditions. Unfortunately, there are many associated disorders and complications that affect other parts of your body which also must be evaluated to determine whether you need a listing.

There are many exertional and not exertional impairments associated product renal disease. Those include pain, chronic fatigue, and significant side effects of medication including the side effects of immunosuppressive agents and costiosteroids.

I suggest that you keep a daily diary of your symptoms, physical abilities, limitations, and the side effects of medication. This documentation will help explain why you cannot occur to the latest job you know the last 15 years and the various factors that make you unemployable.

A claim for Social Security benefits as a result kidney disease can be won with the right documentation. For assistance with you claim, please contact Sharon Barrett, Tampa Bay Social Security lawyer.

You can look at Listing 6.0 by clicking here.

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