Social Security disability (SSD) cases are supposed to involve an orderly process. Someone who has become unable to work due to a disability becomes eligible for benefits. He or she gathers evidence of the disabling conditions and includes that evidence in an application to the Social Security Administration. The SSA, if the system works right, proceeds to approve the application and award the benefits.
Wanting to work to support yourself and your family is a basic human desire. In recent years, however, the challenges to doing so have continued to increase.
Diabetes affects millions of Americans. Nationally, the number of people affected is over 25 million, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.