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Chronic Anemia and Social Security Disability Benefits
Anemia is a condition in which there are not enough healthy red blood cells in the body. The causes can come from a variety of different possibilities, but in most cases it is a result of a lack of iron in the blood. The symptoms of anemia are headaches, fatigue (more so with exercise), frustration, and problems concentrating.
Fatigue is the major component that can keep someone from working.
Chronic Anemia and Social Security Disability Benefits Help
If the applicant’s impairment falls within any of the following categories set forth by Social Security’s Listing 7.02, then a strong claim may exist. The Listing is as follows;
A. Requirement of one or more blood transfusions on an average of at least once every 2 months;
B. Evaluation of the resulting impairment under criteria for the affected body system
The onset of overwhelming fatigue caused by anemia is enough to disqualify an individual from work.
To increase your chances of winning your Social Security Disability claim it is important for you to hire an experienced Social Security Disability attorney to get you the Social Security Disability help you deserve. Please call us today at 1-800-882-5500 or fill out a form on our website for a FREE claim evaluation.