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Not all types of vascular disease will mean you automatically qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Although peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) are listed in the Social Security “blue book” of qualifying impairments, benefits may be approved only if you can demonstrate that the conditions result in a disability.
Do not assume that your medical diagnosis will automatically qualify you for benefits. The Social Security Administration’s Disability Determination Services (DDS) reviews the medical reports on a case-by-case basis. It is in your best interest to work with a licensed SSDI attorney who has extensive experience helping people with vascular disease obtain an approved claim.
If you reside in Washington, Oregon or Idaho, call the attorneys of Tucker & Boklage, PLLC, in Vancouver, Washington. We will review your case and provide an honest evaluation of whether you may qualify, based on the symptoms of your impairment.
A partial list of SSDI “blue book” qualifying disabilities, diseases and impairments related to the cardiovascular system:
- Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)
- Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
- Chronic heart failure
- Ischemic heart disease
- Recurrent arrhythmias
- Symptomatic congenital heart disease
- Heart transplant
- Aneurysm of aorta or major branches
- Chronic venous insufficiency
Call us to learn more about SSDI and vascular disease, DVT and PAD.
It will cost you no money to hire us. We receive payment only if your claim is approved. Whether you are filing an initial claim or have had your claim denied, turn to us for help. We are a team of licensed SSDI lawyers that practices exclusively in the area of Social Security law. We are held to high standards for ethical representation by the Washington State Bar.
With more than 30 combined years of experience, Tucker & Boklage lawyers are ready to use their knowledge and expertise to help you file a successful claim for benefits. No matter what stage of the process you are at with your claim — whether you are just considering filing an application or have recently been denied, we are ready to 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.