Approval for Social Security Disability (SSD) can be hard to get. Court dates for hearings are set at a minimum 18 months in the future it's critical you contact an attorney to ensure your case is handled correctly. The last thing you'd want is to miss a deadline or any of your entitled benefits.This article is about Hematological Disorders as defined by the Social Security Administration (SSA). These types of disorders include: Malignant (cancerous) disorders such as thrombosis or bone marrow failure, non-malignant disorders such as lymphoma and leukemia. Lymphomas associated with HIV don't qualify.
As with all types of disorders, the ways to document your struggles with the disease depend on the exact nature of the disorder. Evaluating the severity or episodic nature of your type of disorder is critical to determining benefits. If you have one of these disorders, or contact our attorneys, They can help get you benefits you may be entitled to.
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