One of the major diseases is, of course, heart disease. Social Security recognizes this and provides for disability if someone has an ejection fraction of 30 percent or less and they score low on an exercise test with marked limitations on their physical activity.

 Social Security does not limit disability findings to this strict definition. You can be disabled with heart disease  without reaching this level if your symptoms are severe enough to limit your activities. 

The most important factors are to have the support of your heart doctor so that the doctor will be willing to provide the opinion that your daily activities are severely restricted due to your disease. 

Questions about heart disease and Social Security Disability or any other conditions call Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371 

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