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You can seek benefits for neurological disabilities

Suffering from a neurological condition such as seizures or multiple sclerosis can make it difficult to work in some cases. Even if you can work some of the time, there may be other days when you're too tired or ill to work effectively. If your condition is bad enough, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance and potentially Supplemental Security Income.

To get this compensation, you will need to provide medical evidence of your condition. There are several things you need to provide to the Social Security Administration including your mental health records, blood work panels to show any genetic or physical problems with the blood, computerized axial tomography scans, treatment notes and information about your care and a report from a physician's examination.

All the information you provide should be recent or verified recently. It should discuss the initial date where you became disabled and continue through the current date. That means that it's a good idea to have a physician examine you before your turn in your medical evidence.

Once you gather this information, you're in a position to file documents to seek out Social Security Disability. Once you're approved, you can begin to receive payments. Receiving compensation doesn't mean you can't work at all, but there are some restrictions on you that you should discuss with your attorney.

Our website has more information on disability coverage and what you can do if you've been denied when you are disabled and unable to work. You have a right to appeal your case and to resubmit information that can help you get the compensation and benefits you need to live a normal life.

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Coon Rapids, MN 55448
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