Social Security Claims from Epilepsy Or Seizure Disorders

Social Security Claims from Epilepsy Or Seizure Disorders

  • It is important for individuals and third party witnesses to keep record of the frequency and duration of seizures
  • A third party witness will often be called in a hearing to testify the individual’s medical record
  • When you go to your treating physician, you should make sure they know you have a Social Security Case pending for Epilepsy
  • An individual will lose a Epilepsy Case because the individual continues to drive and maintain a Connecticut License, which does not make sense
  • You may also lose an Epilepsy Case is if the individual is non-compliant with their Medication

This short informational video was provided by Anne Howard, an Experienced  Connecticut Social Security Disability Attorney.