The term “cancer” represents more than 100 diseases and is broadly defined as potentially unlimited growth of cells. Abnormal cells that grow out of control and are left untreated can result in death. The body is made up of millions of cells, most of which grow, divide, and die normally. When a person is affected by cancer, the cells do not divide and die, they continue to grow and move into tissue areas.
According to the American Cancer Society, cancer cells result from damaged DNA. Damaged DNA can be inherited or result from outside environmental factors. In many, but not all, cases these abnormal cells, or cancer cells, form tumors, which spread and begin to replace the tissue they invade. Regardless of where cancer cells spread, they are named for the area where they originated.
People who were forced to leave the workforce due to a cancer diagnosis mat qualify for SSD benefits. Let our attorneys help you obtain the benefits you need to cope with your disabling condition.
Various types of cancers are considered disabling conditions by the SSA. Cancer can cause symptoms ranging from severe pain and weakness to physical disability and even death. Because there are so many types of cancers, some are considered to be compassionate allowances—or quickly identifiable diseases that presumptively qualify for SSD benefits.
If you have cancer and are unable to work due to symptoms of the disease or your medical treatment schedule. At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, we know how cancer affects your ability to provide for your family—and that’s why we want to help you get disability benefits.
It’s our goal to build a strong claim for you and maximize your chances of qualifying for SSD with cancer, so you can pay your medical bills and living expenses. You don’t owe us unless we get the benefits you deserve. Contact our Social Security Disability lawyers at today—you have nothing to lose.
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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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