Multiple Sclerosis

Disability Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis

Get Help from an Experienced Multiple Sclerosis Attorney in Philadelphia, PA & Surrounding Areas

Multiple sclerosis is a potentially debilitating medical condition that affects the brain, spinal cord and other parts of the body. As the disease progresses, it can cause nerve degeneration that limits the ability to walk or speak. MS sufferers typically begin to experience symptoms between the ages of 20 and 40, which may include muscle weakness, numbness, blurred vision and cognitive issues. There is no known cure for MS, although treatment can help to alleviate its symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis Social Security Benefits

If you are one of the approximately 400,000 MS sufferers in the U.S., you know that this insidious disease can make it difficult, if not impossible, to maintain regular employment. The good news is that Social Security disability insurance and Supplemental Security income benefits may be available through the Social Security Administration to provide a portion of the income you can no longer earn for yourself and your family. Unfortunately, SSDI and SSI for multiple sclerosis can be difficult to obtain, and many initial claims for benefits are denied.

Lisa M. Ritacco: A Multiple Sclerosis Attorney You Can Count On

Receiving a notice of denial of SSI or SSDI multiple sclerosis benefits can be a disheartening and even frightening experience, especially if you have no other source of financial support. That’s why you need to seek help from a dedicated multiple sclerosis attorney who knows how to navigate issues with multiple sclerosis in the Social Security disability and Supplement Security income appeal processes.

With a practice specializing in disability matters and more than seven years of experience successfully representing people just like you, Attorney Lisa M. Ritacco can help you get the benefits you need to improve the quality of your life.

What Can Your Multiple Sclerosis Attorney Do for You?

When it comes to receiving disability benefits, multiple sclerosis attorneys such as Lisa M. Ritacco can make a major difference. Attorney Ritacco can perform a number of essential functions such as contacting medical practitioners to obtain additional documentation related to your case, preparing and filing legal briefs on your behalf, and requesting the reopening of a prior application for benefits if applicable. Perhaps most importantly, Attorney Ritacco will prepare you to testify and represent you at the all-important appeal hearing.

Can a Multiple Sclerosis Attorney Really Make a Difference?

It’s important to know that approximately 60 percent of all appeals of Social Security disability claim denials are ultimately won as the result of an appeal hearing. Furthermore, statistics show that individuals represented by an attorney have a much better chance of appealing successfully than those who represent themselves. Contacting a skilled multiple sclerosis attorney is definitely in your best interest.

Contact Attorney Ritacco for Your Free Multiple Sclerosis Social Security Disability Consultation

Don’t let a denial of benefits prevent you from receiving the Social Security benefits you need. Contact the Law Office of Lisa M. Ritacco for a no-obligation initial consultation today. Attorney fees are limited to the lesser of 25% of the past-due benefits owed on your claim or $6,000.

For more information on Multiple Sclerosis visit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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