Social Security Benefits for Bullous Disease | Bellaire Beach Social Security Disability Attorney

Do you know that you can file a Social Security disability application for bullous disease under Listing 8.03?

You can view the listing by clicking here:

http://www.ssa.gov/disability/professionals/bluebook/8.00-Skin-Adult.htm#8.03%20Bullous%20disease

According to an article about autoimmune bullous skin disease found at

http://autoimmunedisease.suite101.com/artilce.cfm/autoimmune

the “disease is characterized by the presence of blisters or erosions of the skin and mucous membranes.” This skin disease can be acquired, induced, or maybe autoimmune in nature. This skin disorder is more likely to occur in women.

The Social Security administration wants to see extensive skin lesions that persist for at least three months despite continuing treatment. If your condition does not meet or equal the severity of a listing, the potential vocational impact of this disease must be considered in determining your entitlement to Social Security disability benefits.

Contact Nancy Cavey, a St. Petersburg Social Security Disability Attorney for more information regarding your Social Security application for bullous disease.

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