Presenting the evidence to support your claim that you have a disability that under the Social Security Act is easy with the help of a good California SSD lawyer.
Epidermal conditions are also covered by social security disability but just because the law includes them doesn’t mean the Social Security Administration will approve your claim. Your qualification must be proved with satisfactory evidence that will convince the agency or the court that you are entitled to the benefits.
Social Security Disability Qualification as Applied to Epidermal Disorders
Disability under SSA includes skin lesions that may produce a noticeable, lifelong impairment that occupy widespread areas of the body or significant areas for instance the extremities that are treatment resistant. Also, if these lesions are related to a systemic disease like scleroderma and systemic lupus erythematosus they can be admitted under the Act.
The rule in skin lesions is that the areas affected are significant and vital to the performance of your work and that in spite of the treatment the condition is still the same. The part of the body affected must already have a limitation of its functions due to the said condition. And the said conditions must have continued for a year without responding well to the medical treatment.
Showing the Degree of Your Disability
If you have lesions on your hands then it must be of the degree that you cannot handle tasks using the because of the condition. Among the rest of the SSA- considered disabilities are ichthyosis,exfoliative dermatitis, ichthyosiform erythroderma, erythema multiforme pemphigus, bullous pemphigoidlbullosum, dermatitis, herpetiformis, deep mycotic infections,atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, dyshidrosis, hidradenitis suppurativa and acne conglobata.
Documentation to Establish a Epidermal Disorders as Basis for Your Claim
The role of your attorney in the appropriate cases would be to show to the court that your skin disorders already affected your capacity to be productive enough to make ends meet. Proof with me presented showing the court that you are incapable of handling tasks that would give you a decent income for you to live sufficiently.