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Can You Get SSDI For Migraines?

Applying for Social Security Disability can be a real headache. But what if your headaches are the reason you're applying for Disability? Your chronic, debilitating migraines may impact your ability to work and earn an income. So you may be wondering if you can apply, and receive, SSDI or SSI benefits. We spoke with Tampa Social Security Disability Lawyer, Mike Murburg, and he says: "In short: yes, migraine is considered a disability under the neurological adult category of conditions. But in reality, the majority of people with chronic migraine can have difficulty receiving disability benefits, or they spend years appealing decisions." This is where the advice and guidance of an experienced SSDI lawyer can prove to be invaluable. There is a lot of misunderstanding revolving around Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance that makes reading through the documentation and getting answers very difficult. If you are suffering, working with an experienced SSDI lawyer can help get your claim approved. Mike Murburg has spent decades practicing one thing: Social Security disability law. He can help you at every stage of the process. Let him be there for you.