If you have recently suffered a heart attack or have been diagnosed with a serious heart condition, you may suffer from shortness of breath, fatigue, chest pain, light-headedness, leg swelling (or "edema") and other medical problems. These problems can make it especially difficult to continue working. In fact, your doctor may have already advised you to stop working or to engage in less stressful work.
If you can no longer work due to heart disease or another heart condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. Attorney Tim Cuddigan has practiced disability law exclusively since 1994 and has helped thousands of individuals in that time. In recent years Sean Cuddigan has joined the fight for your rights. Our law firm will gather evidence to support your claim and help you pursue the benefits you need.
The key to success in every disability claim is showing exactly how your physical condition makes it impossible for you to work. You can improve your own chances for a positive resolution by reporting all of your symptoms to your doctor. Further, certain tests, such as stress tests and cardiograms, can demonstrate the full extent of your condition. Our law firm will get all relevant information from your doctors and use this information to present an effective claim on your behalf.
Even if your initial claim has been denied, do not despair. The majority of SSD claims are initially denied. Our firm has experience getting successful results for our clients at every stage in the process.
Disability Law Is All We Do • Contact Disability Lawyers Tim and Sean Cuddigan
. We are available for evening and weekend appointments, and if you are located in the Omaha area, we can travel to your home if you are unable to go to our office. We are located near the Interstate 680 and Pacific Street exit in Omaha. We serve people throughout eastern Nebraska and Council Bluffs and the southwestern Iowa area. Ask for our free book Five Deadly Mistakes that could Destroy your Social Security Disability Claim and How to Avoid Them. For a free evaluation call (402) 933-5405 , or e-mail us.