Covid-19 & SSD benefits
Are you a survivor of Covid-19? Are you still having difficulty getting back to what was your normal before contracting the virus? Are you not able to return to work because of these ongoing complaints? Then you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits.
Although the medical experts do not completely know the long-term effects of recovery from Covid-19, there are many studies in the United States and around the world to chronical the numerous lingering complaints from the virus.
Many of these complaints include headaches, shortness of breath, heart damage and neurological damage, sometimes called “foggy brain”. The inability to walk or think can be a result of recovering from being on a ventilator or just being hospitalized from this virus.
However, you do not have to have been hospitalized to qualify for benefits. These lingering effects can cause disability in which you would be eligible for Federal money in the form of Social Security Disability.
If you are one of the thousands of people who are considered a “long-hauler” as a result of this pandemic call our office today for a free consultation.
- Questions About Social Security Disability and SSI Benefits
- Back & Neck Injuries
- SSD Overview
- Benefits Eligibility
- Qualifying for SST/SSD
- SSD Application Process
- SSD Denial and Reconsideration
- Social Security Appeals
- SSDI/SSI and Medicare
- Social Security Benefits for Elderly
- Difference Between SSDI and SSI
- SSD/SSI for Children
- Long-term Disability