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Can Any Disease Be Disabling For Social Security? Almost.

In our Social Security Disability practice, we have found that almost any disease or disorder can be disabling. We have recently won cases for individuals with severe sarcoidosis, a disease of unknown cause.

According to Merck Source, sarcoidosis (sahr″koi-dósis) is: “a chronic, progressive, generalized granulomatous reticulosis that may affect any part of the body but most frequently involves the lymph nodes, liver, spleen, lungs, skin, eyes, and small bones of the hands and feet. It is characterized by the presence in all affected organs or tissues of epithelioid cell tubercles that later become converted into featureless hyaline fibrous tissue.” With our clients who have obtained Social Security disability, the disease was both severe and chronic, affecting multiple body systems. The overall frequency and persistence of the illness has been a compelling factor leading to an award of disability.

Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

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The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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