Social Security Breast Cancer Disability Attorney
Benefits for Lost Work Due to Breast Cancer
If are experiencing the effects of breast cancer that are expected to prevent you from earning more than $1,000 dollars per month for at least one year, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits.
At Midwest Disability, P.A., we help people obtain the benefits they need when an injury or illness renders them unable to work. From our office locations in the Midwest, we represent clients throughout the country. If you need a Social Security breast cancer disability lawyer, contact us.
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Cancer in itself is not often disabling for long periods of time, which means it often will not meet the Social Security Administration’s standard for “disability.” More often, cancer survivors who receive Social Security benefits do so because of the side effects of the treatments.
Unfortunately, many of the treatments for breast cancer are quite aggressive. The chemotherapy, surgery, radiation therapy and other attempted solutions often bring side effects that are more debilitating than the cancer itself.
The untold battle for many cancer victims has little to do with the pain and suffering that come from the illness and the treatments. For many cancer survivors, the mental impairments that accompany cancer are the most debilitating aspect of the disease, including:
Many people suffering from the mental impairments wonder: Am I eligible for social security benefits? It is important to remember that your ailments do not have to be physical impairments for you to be eligible. If we can establish that your injury prevents you from earning an income over $1,000 per month and that this problem should last more than a year, you should be eligible for benefits.
Our attorneys will walk you through the entire Social Security process, helping make sure you get the benefits you need.
Experienced, successful lawyers who care — Midwest Disability works for you.
See the Social Security Disability Information Center and FAQ sections of this Web site for more information about obtaining Social Security benefits. Contact us online or call our offices directly at 888-351-0427 for a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the Social Security process.