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Applying for SSD benefits can make your head hurt

It can be quite a blow emotionally and financially when you realize that a physical malady prevents you from continuing to work. No matter how you tried to work around your condition, your illness or injury keeps getting in the way of you being able to complete your work duties.

Living with sleep apnea can be exhausting

Do you wake up every morning feeling just as -- or more -- tired than you did when you went to sleep? If so, then you understand just how debilitating sleep deprivation can be. You may have trouble concentrating and can't perform daily tasks efficiently anymore.

Diabetes can have debilitating effects on your health

You may be one of the growing numbers of people here in New Jersey and across the country who suffer from diabetes. This condition can lead to a number of issues that could leave you with debilitating health issues. In fact, it may even reach the point where you can't work or struggle to get through day-to-day activities.

Did a head injury leave you unable to work?

The human brain remains one of the most complex and mysterious organs of the body. Even doctors still can't always predict how it will react. When someone suffers a head injury, doctors may be able to make educated guesses regarding the healing and recovery process, but there are no guarantees.

One small tick bite can take a huge bite out of your life

New Jersey readers may know that Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that affects victims in different ways. Introduced into the body through one tick bite, victims may find that they experience various painful and inconvenient symptoms. In some cases, serious Lyme-related issues continue to affect a person long after the initial bite and treatment.

Restess leg syndrome: a real condition and potential disability

Restless legs syndrome is a medical condition that many in New Jersey do not know about. Often misunderstood, many dismiss the severity of the condition or the existence of the condition altogether. For some individuals who suffer from this condition, it could actually impact their ability to work and hold gainful employment. 

Autoimmune disorders and disability benefits: who is eligible?

When you are unable to work due to a medical condition, you may be unsure as to how you will support yourself and your loved ones in the future. While you know that disability benefits may be available to you, you may have concerns regarding eligibility, especially if your condition is unseen.

Going before a judge to get the disability benefits you need

If you are a disabled individual in New Jersey, you know how important it is to secure benefits. Disability benefits can help you support your family, take care of your medical needs and enjoy a certain quality of life. A denied claim could be financially devastating, and it could be necessary to request a hearing so that you could continue to pursue the benefits you need and deserve.

Could I secure disability benefits if I have arthritis?

Arthritis is a well-known, relatively common medical condition that affects millions of Americans. The way that this type of disease affects an individual depends on many factors, including severity of the case and other underlying health issues, but it is quite possible that you could be unable to work due to this type of medical condition.

Loving a loved one through all stages of mental illness

If your immediate family member is no longer able to work due to mental illness, you may be among many other New Jersey residents who often feel overwhelmed, sad and worried as they do their best to care for those who are ill. If you're one of the primary caregivers in your loved one's life, your own state-of-mind and reactions to the situation may greatly impact the one entrusted to your care. Tremendous responsibility and obligation coincide with loving someone through the phases of mental illness.

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