South Carolina Social Security Attorneys: Fibromyalgia and Social Security Benefits
Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) are disabling circumstances that involve related symptoms, generally chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain and fatigue disorder. Other Fibromyalgia symptoms include pain in response to pressure, tingling of the skin, muscle spasms, weakness in the limbs, and nerve pain.
If you apply for Social Security Disability benefits because of FMS or CFW there is a high likelihood your SSDI application will be denied. The diseases are difficult to define.
Denied Social Security?
Fibromyalgia is pretty difficult to file and describe in the way that makes the applicant’s eligibility clear. Getting copies of medical records and handling the paperwork involved in a social security disability claim or appeal for FMS or CFS can be a tough and confusing process. If you or a family member suffer from Fibromyalgia, the overwhelming stress of the process is the last thing you need.
Call one of our Social Security Benefit Attorneys right now for a free consultation. 803.252.4800. Even if you do not hire us, we can make sure you are able to focus on treatment for your illness.
Social Security Disability Benefits for those suffering from Fibromyalgia.
A disability claim may be very difficult to win, since there is no x-ray or blood test that provides clear medical evidence of Fibromyalgia. Many claims are denied to begin with, and trying to prove a Fibromyalgia claim makes it even tougher to win. The attorneys at the Strom Law Firm will use medical records to show that your pain or fatigue is equivalent to some other illness recognized by the Social Security Administration, which therefore qualifies you for disability.
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The best way to learn about SOcial Security Disability and Social Security Insurance after an accident is to talk with one of our Social Security Benefits Attorneys at the Strom Law Firm. 803.252.4800 Call us for free and find out if you are eligible to receive benefits.