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I have a p.e can I claim disability benefits?

I have a p.e can I claim disability benefits?

Start here: https://www.gov.uk/dla-disability-living-allowance-benefit/overview This site will guide your first queries. I'd expect that it will take patience and organization, but this is a start. Good luck! ...Read more

Dr. Carol Van der Harst
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Disabilities is a term that describes a mental or physical condition that limits one's abilities to carry out the ...Read more


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Would it be possible that a person with severe eczema qualify for disability benefits?

Would it be possible that a person with severe eczema qualify for disability benefits?

No.: Severe eczema can almost always be controlled. There is no reason for disability, even with moderate eczema, what can't that person do? ...Read more

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Chances of getting disability benefits because of scoliosis?

Chances of getting disability benefits because of scoliosis?

See below: The diagnosis of scoliosis does not automatically qualify one for disability benefits. It really depends on how that scoliosis is impacting the persons life and whether or not it prevents someone from gainful employment. Most people with scoliosis are able to work in my experience. Some people with scoliosis may not be able to work very physical jobs. ...Read more

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What problems do I face in seeking disability benefits?

What problems do I face in seeking disability benefits?

Denial: There are no problems seeking disability benefits. You may get a denial and might have to wait or hire an attorney, but i see no problems you will face seeking disability. You may end up paying something as you get your paperwork ready to apply, though. ...Read more

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What can cause a person have to be to qualify for disability benefits?

What can cause a person have to be to qualify for disability benefits?

Complicated: You must be medically unable to perform the essential functions of your job, nor are you able to perform other gainful employment in order to qualify for social security. Government agencies have an interactive process to advocate or deny disability benefits. ...Read more

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If someone has scoliosis with a 25 degree curve can they claim disability benefits in canada?

If someone has scoliosis with a 25 degree curve can they claim disability benefits in canada?

Disability: Disability is usually determined based on function. It really doesn't have anything do do with the exact degree of curvature in the spine. Also, just to put it to perspective, at 23 years of age, one is fully skeletally mature and a 25 degree curve at that stage is not treated. Sorry for not answering your question directly. ...Read more

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How does a TTD Disability rating work? I don't understand the point after partial tear rotator surgery?

Assume U R Referring: 2 w/c ratings. These vary from state 2 state. In Wisconsin, it means temporary total disability, meaning U R unable 2 work @ the present time. After U R able 2 RTW, U no longer receive compensation. If Ur injury has a permanent component U will B rated by Ur Md 4 PPD. Perm Par Disability. This is% of body or part, $val plugd in2 formula & out comes what $ U will receive. Monthly until achieved. ...Read more

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If someone has pulminary embolism would they qualify for disability benefits?

If someone has pulminary embolism would they qualify for disability benefits?

It depends: Why did they develop clots? What degree of lung involved? What limitations on lung function and breathing capacity? Pulmonologists can guide you. ...Read more

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