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Multiple Sclerosis and Social Security Disability Claims

Loveland SSD Attorney Can Help with Your Claim

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that manifests itself when the immune system of the body attacks the nervous system of the body. In doing so, it leaves scar tissue on the nerve channels that then inhibit and alter nerve signals in the body. The word sclerosis means a hardening of tissue. The cause of MS is not currently known and researchers continue to pursue a combination of several factors that are thought to contribute to the disease. As the cause is not yet proven, and there is no current cure for MS.

There are different forms of MS, but it is essentially a progressive disease in that it continues to progress into more severe states. To complicate things it can also relapse and remit, or "start and stop." From the perspective of a disability claim, multiple sclerosis presents difficult challenges for the applicant as well as the Social Security employees reviewing the claim for determination. Getting the help of a Loveland Social Security disability attorney can make the application process much easier on you and probably increase your chances of acceptance on the initial determination.

MS Social Security Disability Attorney in Loveland

When disability claims from workers with multiple sclerosis are being evaluated, it can appear that MS patients should be able to work during the periods of "remission." The government employees evaluating these claims are not necessarily medical experts in all diseases and disabilities. The forms that you submit to them, filled out by you and your physician must discuss the issue of periods of remission. Many MS patients experience severe fatigue, difficulty in speaking clearly and bladder problems. Some patients with MS are able to continue working with disease. Inexperienced or uneducated individuals unfamiliar with this disease could conclude that an MS patient should be able to work.

If you are applying for Social Security disability due to an MS diagnosis, or if you have had a claim rejected, we can help. Having a compassionate and knowledgeable attorney begin the process with you will greatly smooth the road ahead.

Contact a Loveland Social Security disability attorney in our office so we can advise you on how we can help.