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The Benefits You Need to Keep Going

When you live with multiple sclerosis (MS), each day can be excruciating.

MS affects your whole body. Everyday tasks become near impossible chores.

It’s gotten bad enough to where you can’t work. No job means no income, but your bills keep coming. You don’t know where to turn.

Social Security Disability benefits are meant for people in your situation. The monthly checks provide crucial financial stability in an uncertain time.

Winning benefits can be hard, unfortunately. Most applicants are denied on their first application. The appeals process—and the whole Social Security system—can be incredibly complex, too.

That’s why you need someone like Baynetta Jordan on your side.

She’s proud to represent the residents of Lubbock, Midland, Odessa and all of West Texas—because No One Pushes West Texas Around™.

If you’re struggling with MS and need disability benefits, call us now to get started. We can help you at any part of the process.

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms that Could Qualify You for Disability Benefits

Every case of MS is different. Social Security defines it as a chronic, inflammatory and degenerative disorder.

It means your pain is constant. And it’s not going anywhere.

Some possible symptoms of MS:

  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Tremors
  • Cognitive problems
  • Hearing loss
  • Vision problems
  • Numbness and/or tingling
  • Problems concentrating and remembering things
  • Depression

Even if your symptoms aren’t on that list, you could still qualify. What you have to prove:

  • Your MS makes working impossible.
  • You can’t switch to another line of work.
  • Your health will force you out of work for at least a year.

We know this can be a daunting time. We can answer any questions you have and let you know the best way forward.

We’ll even evaluate your case for free.

Man in West Texas Applies for Social Security Disability Benefits

How to Prove Your Disability Case with MS

You’ll need plenty of evidence to win your case. What you should include:

  • Medical imaging, such as MRI results, showing damage or inflammation in the brain or spinal cord
  • Blood tests ruling out other illnesses
  • Vision tests
  • IQ tests
  • Spinal tap results
  • Detailed doctor’s reports
  • Hospital records
  • A list of all your treatments and how they affected you

No matter how strong you think your case is, you could be denied. That doesn’t mean you should give up.

The appeals process features multiple steps at which you could win. In fact, a Government Accountability Office study found that applicants are three times as likely to win benefits at an appeal hearing if they hire representation.

Don’t take a chance when it comes to your future.

Baynetta Johnson knows the system, she knows how to avoid common mistakes and she’s helped thousands of people win benefits all over West Texas.

Let Baynetta and her experienced staff handle the legal legwork for you. You focus on feeling your best.

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