Endocrine Disorder Is Not On The SSD Listings
Frank J. Dito, Jr.
If you plan on filing a Social Security disability claim in New York and you have been diagnosed with an endocrine disorder, you should know that this condition has been removed from the listing of impairments. A New York Social Security disability attorney can explain how this may affect your case.
With earlier detection and advances in treatment, many individuals with endocrine disorders are able to continue functioning on a daily basis; however, your condition could still be evaluated under another listing, which may then qualify you for disability benefits.
Symptoms and problems that are associated with an endocrine disorder may also fall under another listing. For instance, if your condition led to an amputation, then you may be evaluated under musculoskeletal disorders. If you suffer from diabetic nephropathy, then you may be evaluated under genitourinary listings.
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