Is Neuropathy A Disability

More than 25 million children and adults have Type 2 diabetes in the United States, according to the American Diabetes Association. A lot of people who have Type 2 diabetes also suffer from peripheral neuropathy, which results from nerve damage sustained from diabetes. Over the years, neuropathy conditions tend to worsen. Often, people with neuropathy experience weakness in the hands, feet, and other parts of the body, in addition to pain and numbness. When the symptoms deteriorate to a certain point, the individual's ability to work may be compromised.

If you have found that neuropathy is preventing you from carrying out the normal functions of your job, you might be wondering, "Is neuropathy a disability?" The answer is, "Yes." Neuropathy is a disability, and National-Disability-Benefits.org can help you get the benefits you are entitled to if you have neuropathy, even if you have been denied.

Let Us Help You Get the Benefits You are Entitled to

If neuropathy conditions are preventing you from doing your job or living a normal life, then we want to help you. It's time to file for disability benefits. If you have already filed for disability benefits, but you have been denied by the SSA, don't worry! We can help. The first step is to fill out the form on our Home page. The information you enter is secure and confidential. We need this information to help you, and our service is 100% free.

Are you curious to know if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits? If eligible, you could get up to $2,788 a month and get the financial compensation you need.

Take this FREE one minute online survey to see how much you may qualify to receive.


How You Can Win Your Neuropathy Disability Case

Once you have filled out the assessment form on our website, we will advise you regarding what kind of paperwork you need and what you should do to optimize your chances of winning your case. For example, you are going to need your medical records. This is the most obvious evidence that you can have to support your disability claim. This means that, if you have not yet sought treatment from a doctor, you need to do so now. Documenting your condition and having a doctor on your side is the best evidence to prove your case and get approved for disability.

You will need a diagnosis from a neurologist based on nerve testings, such as MRIs, nerve biopsies, blood tests, nerve conduction tests, or a spinal tap. You will also want to make sure that you have a diagnosis of treatment because presenting an initial diagnosis of neuropathy is often not enough evidence to win a trial disability case. Again, we must be able to prove that you have seen a doctor, have been diagnosed, have been treated, but the results were to little or no avail if we are going to win your disability case for neuropathy.

In order to help you get disability for neuropathy, you are going to have to prove that your neuropathy hinders you from successfully carrying out your work assignments and day-to-day activities. The good news is that you don't have to fight this battle by yourself. 

Are you curious to know if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits? If eligible, you could get up to $2,788 a month and get the financial compensation you need.

Take this FREE one minute online survey to see how much you may qualify to receive.

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