Michigan Social Security Disability: Meeting or Equaling a Listing

The Social Security Agency (SSA) acknowledges that certain medical conditions have the power to incapacitate and debilitate a suffering individual. The SSA compiled a list of these conditions in the Listing of Impairments–known also as the SSA Blue Book–wherein an individual automatically becomes eligible for disability benefits once he or she qualifies. These conditions include: Amputated leg … Continue reading Michigan Social Security Disability: Meeting or Equaling a Listing

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Michigan Social Security Disability Attorneys Discuss Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a common symptom of any debilitating injury. As such, it’s not unusual for individuals applying for Social Security disability benefits to have chronic pain problems. Plenty of medical conditions can cause such symptoms, from diseases such as diabetes and interstitial pneumonia to physical injuries such as an amputated arm. Unfortunately, not all causes of … Continue reading Michigan Social Security Disability Attorneys Discuss Chronic Pain

Michigan Social Security Disability: The Importance of Your ADL Form

When applying for Social Security benefits for a disability in Michigan, you will be asked to fill out an ADL or ‘activities of daily living’ form. Basically, ADL consists of activities that you perform on a regular daily basis. These include everything you would normally do in a single day, such as bathing, brushing, grooming, … Continue reading Michigan Social Security Disability: The Importance of Your ADL Form