Social Security Benefits for Dermatitis | St. Pete Beach Social Security Disability Attorney

The Social Security administration considers dermatitis, including psoriasis, dyshidrosis, atopic dermatitis, ex-foliative dermatitis, and allergic dermatitis, a listed condition if you have extensive skin lesions that persist for at least three months despite continuing treatment. You can learn more about dermatitis here.

A claim for Social Security benefits for dermatitis will be evaluated under section 8 .05 of the listing of impairments. You can click here to view the listing.

If you’re dermatitis does not meet a listing, you may still be entitled to Social Security disability benefits based on a non-exertional criteria, which will consider the impact of dermatitis has on your ability to function in the labor market.

You might want to consider the assistance of an experienced Florida Social Security disability Attorney, such as Nancy Cavey, to assist you with your Social Security disability application for dermatitis.

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