Crohn's Disease Alabama Social Security Disability Lawyer

If you live in Alabama* and suffer from Crohn's Disease, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefit. Crohn's Disease is a disorder which causes inflammation in the digestive tract; the most common symptoms of Crohns Disease are abdominal pain and diarrhea; severe cases can also cause rectal bleeding, arthritis, weight loss and skin problems.

A person who suffers from Crohn's Disease may qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits and/or SSI benefits when their Crohn's causes: (i) persistent and recurrent intestinal obstruction causing abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, etc.; (ii) persistent and recurrent systemic manifestations such as iritis, arthritis, fever or liver dysfunction; (iii) intermittent obstruction due to intractable abscess and (iv) body weight loss.

It is important to have good medical evidence supporting your claim, but we understand that for persons who are unable to work, having insurance is a luxury and receiving consistent medical attention is a concern. Our attorneys will try to help steer you towards a clinic which can help.

If you suffer from Crohn's Disease and believe that you are disabled, don't give up simply because the Social Security Administration has denied your application. Hire and experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer to help you with your appeal. If you have questions about your case, don't hesitate to call the experienced Social Security Disability Attorneys at Powell and Denny

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Offices in Birmingham, AL and Huntsville, Alabama

Crohn's Disease Alabama Social Security Disability Lawyer

* The Alabama Social Security Disability Lawyers at Powell and Denny have successfully represented disabled persons in Alabama from Clanton to Scottsboro, from Florence to Sylacauga, from Tuscaloosa to Ft. Payne, from Athens to Montgomery, from Anniston to Tuscumbia, from Eutaw to Center Point, from Cullman to Talladega, from Fairfield to Decatur and everywhere in between.