Neurological disorders are medical conditions that impact the central nervous system, usually leading to physical disorders such as restricted stamina, inability to concentrate, and impaired balance. Neurological disorders are recognized as a disability by the Social Security Administration and sometimes occur after accidents or other mishaps due to the negligence of another person.
If you are experiencing signs after an accident or other traumatizing incident such as slurred speech, loss of balance or loss of coordination or loss of balance, you may potentially be facing a neurological disorder. These types of disorders can arise as a direct result of specific injuries or conditions that impact the central nervous system. When these conditions are severe enough that you are unable to maintain employment in your line of work, you may be qualified to receive Social Security Disability benefits.
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Receiving government benefits for a neurological disorder can be very hard because the Social Security Administration (SSA) may decide that your condition is not serious enough to keep you from doing some type of work in order to earn an income.
Having a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer representing you from the beginning can help to ensure that you receive fair treatment. In addition to potentially receiving government benefits from the Social Security Administration, our personal injury lawyers will fight diligently to get what you deserve from the party responsible from the accident or other event that resulted in you or your loved one’s neurological disorder.