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Types of Social Security Disabilities

Virtually any medical impairment can constitute a Social Security disability if it is severe and prevents a person from the performance of substantial gainful work activity. Over the past 35 years, we have obtained Social Security Disability benefits for claimants who have suffered from the following impairments (note that the list is not fully inclusive of every type of case we have ever handled):

Rheumatoid arthritis

Osteoarthritis

Orthopedic disorders involving the:

Lower back

Cervical spine

Hips

Knees

Shoulders, ankles and feet

Fibromyalgia

Chronic fatigue syndrome

Carpal tunnel and other hand impairments

Disorders of the eyes and ears

Asthma

Lung disease

Heart failure

Coronary artery disease

Angina

Cardiomyopathy

Circulatory problems

Cancer

Side effects of medications and treatment

Hepatitis

Liver disease

Pancreatitis

Peptic ulcer disease

Crohn's disease

Kidney disease

Anemia

Leukemia

Lymphomas

Diabetes

Stroke

Cerebral Palsy

ALS

Peripheral neuropathy

Skin disorders

Neurological Diseases and disorders

Multiple sclerosis

Epilepsy

Connective tissue disease

Lupus

AIDS

Depression

Anxiety

Bipolar disorder

Paranoid disorder

Psychotic disorder

Schizophrenia

Organic brain syndrome

Personality disorder

Somatoform disorder

Mental retardation