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Cherry Hill Social Security Lawyers:  Compassionate Allowances

Cherry Hill Social Security Lawyers discuss compassionate allowancesThe Social Security Administration (SSA) recognizes that some disabilities are obviously going to prevent someone from working so they expedite the disability claims process. The SSA targets a preset list of severe medical diseases and conditions for this expedited remedy known as a Compassionate Allowance. Cherry Hill Social Security lawyers at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore know what medical conditions qualify for Compassionate Allowance and the proper way to obtain Compassionate Allowance approval.

Social Security Disability Compassionate Allowance Process

There is no special request process for a Social Security Disability Compassionate Allowance. Medical conditions are flagged through a computer analysis that examines each disorder type to see if it matches a disorder on the Compassionate Allowance list. It is helpful to have a skilled Social Security disability lawyer assist the claimant in proving they have a qualifying Compassionate Allowance condition.

Most disability claims can take months or even a year before a decision is rendered. Due to the nature of a Compassionate Allowance, claimants get a decision within weeks from when the claim is made and benefits are paid from the date of eligibility. This is a much faster turnaround time as eligibility for all Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims is five months.

Compassionate Allowance Medical Conditions

The pre-approved SSA Compassionate Allowance list is created through outreach hearings, input from Social Security and Disability Determination Service forums, the National Institutes of Health and other sources. Some of the approved medical conditions include many forms of cancer such as gallbladder cancer and pancreatic cancer. Mitral valve atresia, ALS/Parkinsonism Dementia Complex, and Infantile Tay Sachs Disease are several other approved conditions.

Compassionate Allowance disorders need proper medical reports to support the claim. These reports should include medical tests, acknowledged symptoms and diagnosis methods that match the SSA standards.

Cherry Hill Social Security Disability Lawyers at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore Fight for a Compassionate Allowance

People with very serious disabilities or life-threatening disabilities should not have to wait months or years to qualify for SSDI or SSI benefits. Cherry Hill Social Security disability lawyers at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore know how to present and corroborate these serious disabilities so that the SSA gives a quick approval. When cases are denied, our attorneys work to expedite the appeals process. Phone our disability lawyers in Cherry Hill to discuss your case at 1-800-CANT-WORK (800-226-8967) or fill out our online contact form now to get the benefits you deserve. We handle Social Security disability applications and appeals nationwide.

*Attorneys at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore handle Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims throughout the United States. Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation and other types of cases are only handled in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.

National Headquarters are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but we serve Social Security claimants in many communities throughout the United States including: New York, Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Dallas, San Antonio, Boston, Buffalo, Brooklyn, Newark, and Pennsauken.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. An attorney-client relationship is formed when the attorney and client both execute a retainer agreement.

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