Stroke

 

If you have suffered a Stroke and and endure the following symptoms, please contact us, so we can look out for you..

 

 

Suffering a stroke, also referred to as a central nervous system vascular accident, is often life-changing.  At times, the change can be severe enough to be disabling.   It can result in loss of speech and communication abilities.  It can also result in what is referred to as  disorganization of motor function, such as great limitations in gross movements and/or dexterous movements, or how you walk and stand ("gait and station").  If you or your loved one has suffered a stroke, you need not wait to apply for Social Security Disability if the resulting limitations are keeping you out of work.  Let us help you now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The legalese version of disability cause by a stroke, is as follows:

11.04 Central nervous system vascular accident. With one of the following more than 3 months post-vascular accident:

 

A. Sensory or motor aphasia resulting in ineffective speech or communication; or

 

B. Significant and persistent disorganization of motor function in two extremities, resulting in sustained disturbance of gross and dexterous movements, or gait and station (see 11.00C).

 

http://www.ssa.gov/disability/professionals/bluebook/11.00-Neurological-Adult.htm#11_06

 

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