SSDI and Cytomegalovirus disease

All disorders are evaluated differently by social security. There are a variety of immune system disorders that are all evaluated differently and are treated differently. Immune system disorders are organized in three categories: autoimmune disorders, immune...

SSDI and Anterior Poliomyelitis

Under Social Security Disability Insurance, whether or not neurological disabilities are covered depends mostly on the type of neurological disability and the symptoms and documentation associated with it. The full outline of the disability evaluation under social...

How to get Disability Benefits for Dermatomyositis

If you are impaired due to an autoimmune disease or disorder, the Social Security Administration (SSA) looks at your case a bit differently. One such condition is dermatomyositis. Dermatomyositis is considered to be both a neuromuscular and autoimmune disease. The...

SSDI and Parkinsonian Syndrome

Parkinsonian Syndrome, or the broad symptom complex into which the well known illness, Parkinson’s Syndrome falls, is a neurological condition characterized by tremors, rigidity, slowness of movement, and balance problems, and fatigue. Parkinson’s disease...

SSDI and Convulsive Epilepsy

Adults with epilepsy may be eligible for Social Security disability income (SSDI, for those who paid taxes into the Social Security system).To qualify for either SSDI, epileptic seizures have to occur regularly and interfere with daytime tasks. But because epilepsy is...

Brain Tumors and SSD

Masses of abnormal cells that occur inside the brain are known as brain tumors. These tumors can be either malignant or benign. The main difference between the two types of tumors is that malignant tumors are cancerous, while benign tumors are not. However,...