- DISABILITY CLAIM FAQ
The CDC determined that Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. This insidious condition is a progressive disease beginning with mild memory loss that can result in the inability to carry on a conversation and respond to the environment as it affects thought, memory, and language. Alzheimer’s can prevent a person from being able to to carry out daily activities.
We represent a 52 year old from Fresh Meadows afflicted with Alzheimer’s who worked at a senior level for a large international advertising conglomerate. Because of her medical condition, we had to deal with the claimant’s spouse, who was understandably under a great deal of emotional and financial stress.
By marshaling the requisite medical and vocational information, we were able to obtain both Long Term Disability (“LTD”) and Social Security Disability (“SSD”) benefits quickly. The LTD and SSD application processes are not simple, and we are happy that at least we were able to help with the financial stress.
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