Hepatitis C St. Clair County Alabama Disability Lawyer

If you live in St. Clair County Alabama* and your claim for Social Security Disability benefits or SSI benefits was denied, don't give up, especially if your claim for disability benefits was based on a diagnosis of Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C is an infection caused by a virus which attacks your liver and is considered amount the most severe of the different hepatitis viruses. Hepatitis C usually does not cause any symptoms during its early stages, which means that many people are walking around with Hep C without any knowledge that they suffer from this disease. When signs do first appear, they are generally not too sever and cause flu like symptoms, but these symptoms can grow worse and become chronic in nature.

Hepatitis C is listed under Chronic Liver Disease in the Code of Federal Regulations, and if you are found to meet or equal the specified legal definition, or show the Social Security Administration that your chronic condition prevents you from engaging in your past relevant work or other jobs on a full time and sustained basis, then you are entitled to Social Security Disability benefits.

If you or a loved one lives in St. Clair County, Alabama, and suffer from Hepatitis C and you are attempting to obtain social security disability benefits or SSI Benefits, an experienced Alabama Disability lawyer could make the difference in being awarded the disability benefits you need and being denied once again. If you have questions about your appeal, please do not hesitate to contact Powell and Denny

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Hepatitis C St. Clair County Alabama Disability Lawyer

* includes the cities and towns of: Argo, Ashville, Branchville, Leeds, Margaret, Moody, Odenville, Pell City, Pinedale Shores, Ragland, Riverside, Springville, Steele, Trussville, Vincent.