Multiple Sclerosis

You May Qualify for SSI or SSDI If You Have Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, often referred to as MS, is a debilitating condition affecting the autoimmune system. It often has a devastating effect on the nervous system, leaving the victim unable to perform tasks required on the job.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and cannot work, Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income benefits may be available.

Free Consultation ▪ No Attorneys Fees Unless I Help You Get Benefits

I have been a Social Security claims lawyer for over two decades. I have helped many people with MS find security in the Social Security benefits they need for themselves and for their families. You must prove that you have a condition that has lasted or is expected to last for at least a year. But begin the application process as soon as possible. Do not wait for a year to pass.

Contact my office to schedule a free consultation. I work with clients throughout the country as well as the state and the New York City metro region.

"I understand the impact a serious medical condition like MS has on the individual and the family. I am committed to providing aggressive, compassionate representation that never gives up until we do everything possible to help you get the benefits you are entitled to." — Pamela Levine

In addition to multiple sclerosis, I am ready to help you file a claim for diagnosed medical conditions such as:

Why Multiple Sclerosis Qualifies for SSDI or SSI

MS affects the ability of the brain to communicate with the spinal cord. Any type of neurological symptom may result because of the condition. In many cases, people are unable to work due to their symptoms, long before the diagnosis can be made.

Learn more about SSDI and SSI during a free initial consultation at Levine Law, LLC. I look forward to helping you get the benefits you need. Contact me today.