Disabling Medical Conditions

Pennsylvania Attorneys Serving Those With Disabling Medical Conditions

You could be eligible for disability benefits through the Social Security Disability (SSD) program if you suffer from a physical, emotional or mental condition that prevents you from holding a full-time job.

Prince Law Offices, P.C., is a Pennsylvania law firm devoted to helping people secure the SSD benefits they need. Disability claims have been at the core of our practice since 1990. In that time, we have secured benefits for people suffering from wide variety of disabling medical conditions.

Medical Conditions Qualifying for SSDI

The Social Security Administration (SSA) maintains a list of conditions that qualify people for SSD once the conditions reaches a certain level of severity. These are called “listed impairments,” and they include a range of neurological disorders, respiratory disorders, musculoskeletal disorders and many other conditions.

You need to know, however, that you can still obtain SSD or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) even if your medical condition is not listed. Always remember that the key requirement to get disability benefits is simple: if you have a medical problem that prevents you from working full-time, you are considered disabled. Over the years, we have secured benefits for Pennsylvania clients suffering from disabilities caused by:

  • Depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder
  • Spinal injuries and back and neck pain
  • Joint pain/arthritis/orthopedic injuries
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Chronic obstructive lung disease/asthma
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and Lyme disease
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Multiple sclerosis

Contact an SSD Lawyer for a Free Consultation

To learn more about whether your medical condition could qualify you for SSD or SSI benefits, please schedule a meeting with an experienced SSD attorney at Prince Law Offices, P.C. Call 610-845-3803 or toll free 888-313-0416. You can also contact our law firm online.

Your initial consultation is free of charge.

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