No matter the type of case you have in Illinois, whether it is a Workers’ Compensation claim, Social Security Disability case, or a personal injury case you need to be believable.
It is important that your testimony is consistent with your medical treatment records.
Your records contain a history of what you tell your doctor each time you receive treatment.
You will need to explain your pain and how it impacts your daily activities.
The Judge also wants to know how your condition permanently limits you.
Even a person with severe conditions can usually do some housework or limited activities. It is important that you can explain how long you can function before you need to take a break.
Being genuine includes having a good work history, explaining clearly the effects of your injury, and how you are limited on a daily basis.
Questions about how to improve your case? Feel free to contact Illinois Work Comp and Disability Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
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Covid presents long term complications for some people who have immunocompromised conditions.
Problems with not being to work due to your medical conditions?
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For those with long term reactions you may file for Social Security Disability.
Interesting question whether those in Illinois whose employers have mandated vaccination can file a Workers’ Compensation case.
Contact us to discuss if you have experienced a long term adverse reaction.
Social Security is approving those who suffer from long term Covid long haulers for disability benefits.
Contact us if you are suffering from long term effects of Covid. We can help you seek your Social Security Disability benefits.
Social Security recognizes long term effects of Covid as a basis for disability.
You must prove that the restrictions are expected to last longer than 12 months and that it prevents you from working a full time job.
Questions about your case? Feel free to contact Illinois Social Security Disability Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.