SSDI and Stroke, CVA and Neurological Impairments

Washington, Oregon And Idaho Social Security Disability Lawyers

If you have suffered a cerebrovascular accident (stroke) and can no longer work due to the accompanying neurological impairments, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) “blue book” on qualifying disorders includes neurological conditions such as:

If you reside in Washington, Oregon or Idaho and can no longer work because of a neurological disorder, talk to an attorney at Tucker & Boklage, PLLC, in Vancouver, Washington.

It costs you no more to hire a law firm that focuses exclusively on Social Security law than it does to hire a Social Security assistance company.

If you have had your initial claim denied, you are not alone. Statistically, more than 60 percent of initial claims are rejected, often on technicalities or missing medical information. Tucker & Boklage has an excellent success rate helping people through the SSDI appeals process.

When To File?

You cannot receive SSDI benefits until 12 months of being out of work because of your stroke or neurological disorder. However, it is important to talk to us right away. We will get the process in motion so you will be eligible to receive benefits as soon as you pass the 12-month waiting period.

Questions About SSDI And Stroke, CVA And Neurological Impairments. Call Us.

Our firm has been helping people receive the SSDI benefits they are entitled to for more than 15 years. Our lawyers put more than 30 combined years of knowledge and experience behind every claim. Whether you just suffered a stroke and can no longer work, or have been fighting to get approval for your claim, we can help.

Call us toll free at 800-434-6117 or locally at 360-524-4934, or use our convenient email contact form to request a return call from one of our lawyers to discuss ways we can help you obtain the SSDI benefits you are entitled to.