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My Broward County Doctor Diagnosed Me With Kidney Failure. I Am Realizing Its Just Too Hard To Keep Up With The Demands Of My Job. How Do I Know When Its Time To Stop Working? Am I Eligible For Social Security Benefits For Kidney Failure?

A: The pace and progression of kidney failure symptoms are unique and unpredictable for every patient. It is likely that either you had previous risk factors which lead to your condition, or that you have developed secondary health complications as a result of your kidney’s dysfunction.

Kidney failure, whether acute or chronic, often involves intense treatment that interferes with a person’s ability to keep working. If your physical needs such as pain, nausea, and dialysis are daily roadblocks to your work performance, it will be essential to involve your doctor in helping you make your decision.

Individuals in Broward County who have been diagnosed with various degrees of kidney failure may be eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits.

The intense process of applying for disability benefits may demand more time, energy, and attention than you are able to give. In these cases, a qualified Broward County Social Security disability attorney can assist you in receiving your benefits.

If you have been diagnosed with kidney failure in Broward County, you may be eligible to receive Social Security benefits. Contact the Law Office of David Benenfeld for a FREE consultation to help you with your claim.

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