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April 2018 Archives

Vision problems and blindness may be recognized as disabilities

Some of the greatest joys in life are experienced through what people see and witness. Watching a baby take its first steps or observing a child walk across the stage on their graduation day can be some of the best things a person ever sees with their own eyes. Unfortunately, though, some Pennsylvanians struggle with vision problems and blindness and cannot share in these memorable and defining events.

Will an amputation qualify for disability benefits?

When the Social Security Administration evaluates an applicant's claim of disability, it looks for whether that applicant may be able to do work in their general field of experience or other possible employment paths. Depending on an applicant's type of amputation, their loss may allow them to qualify for disability benefits. This post will discuss how amputation may qualify a Pennsylvania resident for disability benefits, but as always, readers are reminded that their disability benefits' claims will be reviewed by the Social Security Administration on a case-by-case basis.

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