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Denied Disability for Lupus?

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Denied Disability for Lupus?

Liner Legal is an Ohio-based law firm centered around disability claims. If you are looking to file for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Veterans Disability (VA), or Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, Liner Legal is a great option. Championed by Michael Liner, the firm is built around the values of honesty, expertise, responsiveness, convenience, fairness, appreciation, and tenacity.

Boasted by his peers as one of the top social security disability lawyers in Cleveland, Ohio under the age of 40, Michael also works tenaciously for those seeking worker’s compensation. Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine lists Michael as a rising star, and rightfully so. Michael has worked on cases in all stages of litigation – from beginning administration processes to State and Federal Court levels.

Liner Legal takes pride in fighting for the sufferers of lupus, a chronic disease that incapacitates your immune system and causes bodily tissues to ‘fight’ against each other. This includes bodily organs, skin, and joints.  In order to qualify for social security disability benefits, a minimum of two organs must be affected, and at least two of the following symptoms must be present – frequent exhaustion, fever, the inability to function mentally or physically; and undesired weight loss; OR relapses of lupus, containing two of the ailments listed above; which has resulted in an inability to complete daily tasks, limitation in social settings, or being unable to complete tasks in a timely manner due to lack of focus or speed.

Acquiring social security disability for lupus can also be obtained with proof that you are unable to work due to health complications sustained by the disease, and unable to work on a regular basis. Additionally, Social Security utilizes a residual functional (RFC) capacity assessment (your ability to do work related tasks such as sitting, walking, standing, carrying and lifting). You can also qualify for disability benefits for Lupus based on your age, education, RFC, and past work.

The categories applied to whether you can acquire social security disability include: sedentary work, light work, medium work, heavy work, and very heavy work. Each category contains a range of carrying weight – which can be carried frequently and occasionally. The examiner will also look at your work history for the past 15 years to evaluate what kind of work you were employed in.

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