The Social Security Administration provides SSD benefits to people with disabilities related to the cardiovascular system, whether the condition is congenital or a condition that arose later in life. If you have problems with the heart and circulatory system - including arteries, veins, capillaries - you may be eligible for cardiac disorder disability benefits.
Whether you previously worked as a construction worker or as a business executive, heart disease can affect us all. There are several contributing factors to heart disease, including years of exertion, a high stress job, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or just bad genes. Often, after a heart attack or bypass surgery, there are emotional factors affecting you that also contribute to your inability to return to work.
Many people in situations like these turn to a lawyer to assist them with their SSD claim. At the Law Office of Charles E. Binder and Harry J. Binder, our attorneys help people throughout the United States get the Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits they are entitled to. Having helped so many people and having heard their stories, we understand exactly how a cardiac disorder disability can negatively affect your life.
Here are some of the cardiac and vascular disorders our clients have experienced: