June 7, 2013
The number of cases of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia continues to grow in the United States. The Alzheimer’s Association says there are currently 5.2 million citizens afflicted with the disease. By 2025, they estimate that number will have swelled to roughly 7.1 million sufferers.
These diseases affect an individual’s ability to remember and retain new information over time, and can leave them unable to work or provide for themselves. This leaves many caregivers wondering what they can do to gather sufficient funds to offer care to their loved ones.
An expert who has written several books on the subject and recently published an article in Hernando Today explained that applying for Social Security Disability Benefits is one of the best options available for those suffering from this debilitating disease.
In order to file a claim for benefits, several vital pieces of information will be needed by the Social Security Administration. Documentation of a qualified physician’s diagnosis of the patient’s disease will be needed along with any other documentation of the condition that is available. If the claim is denied, the individual may need to seek advice on how to move forward from an attorney.
The Social Security Disability Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin may be able to help if you are considering applying for disability benefits or have a claim that was denied in the past.
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The financial burden that often comes with a serious injury can be too much for many people to bear. Unexpected medical debt, damaged personal property, and the sudden loss of income can impact the budgets of most families. The good news is that a successful injury claim could help reduce that financial strain after a serious accident. Get in touch with a Terre Haute personal injury lawyer with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin to learn more.
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