Disability Benefits For Multiple Sclerosis

In order to be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, the Social Security Administration demands that your physical or mental condition prevent you from working for at least a year.

Many individuals who have multiple sclerosis or other neurological conditions easily meet this requirement. Multiple sclerosis affects the nervous system and can cause balance problems, muscle weakness, visual problems, numbness, impaired cognitive functioning and other issues. All these symptoms may make holding a job extremely difficult.

If this describes you, turn to the Texas law firm of David Dopkin, Attorney at Law. We are here to help you pursue the SSD or SSI benefits you need. Our lawyer has more than 20 years of experience handling more than 3,500 disability cases.

Taking The Time To Truly Listen

In order to be successful in SSD and SSI, we believe that an attorney must have in-depth knowledge of the Social Security Administration's specific rules and regulations. More than that, he or she must be willing to sit down and actually listen to the client.

Mr. Dopkin is this type of lawyer. He encourages individuals to come into the office and meet with him face to face in a free consultation. He takes time out of his busy schedule to listen to their concerns, learn about their lives and answer their questions. Truly understanding the client's unique situation better equips him to present a compelling case on his or her behalf.

Call Our Houston Attorney Today

If your health prevents you from coming to our office, however, we can also evaluate your claim over the phone or through the mail. To learn more about disability benefits for multiple sclerosis, contact our Houston office at 281-407-8026 or send us an email.

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