Seizures are not only frightening for you and those around you, but they can also be dangerous. If you suffer from frequent seizures and medication has not been effective in stopping them from happening, you may be eligible to receive Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits in Boston.

Although SSDI in Boston for seizures is available to many people, the process of filling out an application and having it approved can be extremely difficult. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has specific information that they need to see in order to approve your application and provide you with the disability income you need to live.

Before you send in your application, here are some of the records and medical documents the SSA will look for, and you will want to be sure to include:

 

  • An epilepsy diagnosis
  • Detailed documentation of your seizures including the severity, frequency, duration, and more
  • A doctor’s statement that describes your seizures
  • A statement from anyone who has witnessed your seizures
  • EEG results
  • Detailed description of the treatments you’ve undergone to help stop or prevent seizures
  • Proof that you have been compliant in taking all prescription medication provided to you. This can include blood tests that document the levels of the medication in your system.
     

There is a lot that you must show in order to receive SSDI in Boston for seizures. It is important to have as much information and documentation as possible in order to maximize your chances at having your application approved.

To help you fill out your application accurately and completely, it is a good idea to work with a Massachusetts Social Security disability attorney. With help from one of our skilled attorneys at Keefe Disability Law, you can get the guidance you need to be confident that you’ve filled out your application in the best way possible. Call us today to get started at 888-904-6847 or 508-283-5500.

 

John L. Keefe
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