MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and Your Rights to Social Security Disability

MS and Social Security Disability BenefitsMultiple sclerosis is a chronic disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system.

There are approximately over 400,000 people in the United States with MS and over 200 new cases are diagnosed each week.

Having symptoms of MS include fatigue, motor weakness, poor balance, poor sensitivity, pain, cognitive impairment and mood disorders.

If you have been diagnosed with MS, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Social Security Disability benefits can provide financial assistance in the form of monthly Social Security Disability benefits. Once you have been on Social Security Disability benefits for two years, you are also eligible for Medicare, which can provide you with medical treatment.

If you or a family member has applied for Social Security Disability benefits because of MS or has complications and has been denied. You should immediately appeal that decision with the assistance of a MS Social Security Disability attorney. Why? People who are represented by a MS Social Security Disability attorney are approved more often then people who are not represented by a lawyer. Sharon Barrett, a St. Petersburg Florida Social Security Disability attorney may be able to help you with your claim if you suffer from MS.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

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