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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and SSD

Social Security Disability Attorneys Philadelphia, PA

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder that has a direct impact on an individual's central nervous system.  MS is a serious medical condition.  If you have been diagnosed with MS and are suffering from disabling symptoms, you should contact an experienced Philadelphia social security disability benefits lawyer at The Bernstein Law Offices.  Our firm has been representing  social security disabilty clients since 1997.  MS is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system). Typically, it is more common among women, however, there are men who also suffer from MS.

The brain has a protective barrier which is known as the sheath, which is damaged by MS.  Symptoms related to MS can vary from person to person.  Common symptoms are numbness in any area of the body, dizziness, problems with ambulation, tremors, double vision.  This list is not exhaustive as there are many other symptoms that can be caused by MS.       

Presently, MS is treated with medications which can also cause many severe side effects as well.  Because the levels of severity of anemia vary, your eligibility for disability will depend on your symptoms and their impact on your ability to work.

Please contact us today for a free telephone consutlation to learn about social security disability from an experienced law firm. 

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