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Do You Want Someone with Experience to Help You Win Social Security Disability?

Living with heart disease leaves you on edge. It can mean a heart attack, chronic heart failure, recurrent arrhythmias or aneurisms. It’s life-altering.

It’s draining both physically and emotionally. You can take medication, exercise, eat right and live a healthy life, but you still worry.

What if you can’t work anymore because of heart disease? That’s more stress, added to all the worry.

You still need to support yourself. The electric company and mortgage lender still want their payments.

There is a solution: You can apply for Social Security Disability (SSD). Disability benefits give you monthly income to help you cope with debilitating heart disease—and they give you hope.

In Yakima, Kennewick, Sunnyside, Spokane, Wenatchee, Richland, Walla Walla or Ellensburg, you could qualify for benefits with any of these types of heart disease:

  • Ischemic heart disease
  • Recurrent arrhythmias
  • Chronic heart failure
  • Heart transplant
  • Symptomatic congenital heart disease
  • Chronic venous insufficiency
  • Aneurism of aorta or branches
  • Peripheral arterial disease

For help getting benefits, talk to the experienced Social Security Disability lawyers at Bothwell & Hamill. We’ve helped people in Central Washington for over 40 years.

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Heart Disease Symptoms that Can Qualify for Social Security Disability

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

It’s extremely common. Among the people who have it, some can mostly continue their normal lives. Others have symptoms that limit their daily activities.

The key to winning Social Security Disability benefits is that your case must be severe enough that you can’t work.

You show that by providing medical documentation of acute symptoms, which can include:

  • Racing or slow heartbeat
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting or near fainting
  • Lightheadedness

Though you know how hard it can be to get through your day when you suddenly feel dizzy or you can’t breathe, that alone isn’t enough to qualify you for SSD benefits in Central Washington. You have to confirm your symptoms to Social Security Disability.

You do this with medical evidence like this:

  • A report from your last physical
  • Results of a stress test or electrocardiogram
  • Statements from your doctor
  • Heart imaging

The Social Security Administration (SSA) makes the process tough in order to avoid dishonest claims. You must be unable to work—at all—for at least one year due to your symptoms.

The disability lawyers at Bothwell & Hamill can help you understand if you have a strong claim for benefits. It costs nothing for you to have an initial conversation.

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How Bothwell & Hamill Disability Attorneys Can Help

Social Security Disability attorneys at Bothwell & Hamill have extensive experience helping heart disease patients qualify for SSD in Central Washington.

When you work with us on your case, we can:

  • Help you fill out all the forms
  • Help you collect all the medical records you need
  • Help you avoid mistakes in your application
  • Make sure you meet all the deadlines
  • Create an appeals case for you if you are denied benefits

Most people get denied benefits when they first apply. If you have a lawyer backing you, they can assist you in navigating the complicated SSD process and appealing a denial, so you have the best possible chance of receiving crucial, life-changing benefits for heart disease.

There’s no risk for you, because we won’t charge you a fee unless we can secure your well-deserved benefits.

Reach out to us today to start the process of restoring your financial security while you take care of your heart disease.

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Yakima man who won Social Security Disability benefits with the help of Tom Bothwell.

Mr. Bothwell and his staff were not only knowledgeable and to the point, but took the time to answer all of my questions and kept in touch with me during the entire process.”

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