Disability

The World Health Organization distinguishes two classifications of disability – body functions and body structures – when medical professionals diagnose and define an individual’s disability.

In body structure, an individual’s disability is specifically defined by physical impairments due to defect, loss or deviation from generally accepted population standards. Body function disability is more broadly defined and focuses on physical and mental disabilities and includes but is not limited to mobility, communication, self-care and domestic life.

If you become disabled, whether the diagnosis is temporarily or permanently, you can apply for assistance from the government by filing for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Likewise you can purchase private insurance to prepare for a possible disability.

Law Offices of Gary Green will work with you to help ensure that payments due to you are received should you become disabled but are denied when filing a claim. Our firm focuses on helping clients seeking:

Our offices have experience in representing the disabled in Arkansas and  Tennessee and are familiar with each state’s individual disability laws. If you or your loved one’s disability claim has been denied call us toll free and without obligation at 1-888-442-7947 or contact us with an e-mail at ggreen@gGreen.com to discuss your legal options including filing an appeal.

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