Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

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Representing People With Severe Chemical Allergies

If you suffer from a medical condition like multiple chemical sensitivities, you may be eligible for Social Security benefits. To find out more about your eligibility, speak to an experienced attorney at the law office of Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd. We have five convenient locations throughout northern Illinois, including Chicago, to serve you.

Please schedule a free initial consultation with a Chicago chemical sensitivity SSD lawyer today. You may contact our firm online or you may reach us by phone at 888-529-0600.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities — Are You Covered?

Multiple chemical sensitivities, also called idiopathic environmental illness, is a serious medical condition that can have severe consequences on your ability to work. Obtaining Social Security benefits for this controversial medical condition requires the expertise of a skilled allergist and other medical professionals.

If you have been diagnosed with multiple chemical sensitivities, you will no doubt have an understanding of your medical aliments. Generally, this medical condition causes allergic reactions in individuals to low-level chemicals present in everyday life. These symptoms can range widely and include and breathing problems, skin irritation and severe cognitive problems.

Assistance In Obtaining Social Security Benefits

The problem facing people suffering from multiple chemical sensitivities is there are disputes about whether this is actually a recognized medical illness. The most important thing that you can do is to seek out the assistance of a credible medical professional who can assist you in developing a course of treatment and providing you an adequate diagnosis. This is especially important since there is no recognized test to diagnose people with this condition.

At the law firm of Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, we have been assisting people in filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for years. We have helped people obtain benefits for such medical conditions as multiple chemical sensitivities, even obtaining these benefits for people whose claim was denied initially. Next, and as important, the physician can document the severity of the symptoms.

Contact An Illinois SSDI Attorney For A Free Consultation

Has your doctor diagnosed you with multiple chemical sensitivities? Why go through the process of applying for Social Security benefits alone? Hire an experienced attorney at the law firm of Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd. To learn more about your rights, contact one of our lawyers today.