If you have a history of seizure disorders you can be found disabled by Social Security.

The most important thing is to have your doctors document the seizures. You must tell the doctor about specific times and symptoms.

If you can go the emergency room or hospital you should do so. This will help document the seizures.

You should also keep a record of when you have a seizure, how long it lasts and what happens after the seizure.

Witnesses are also important. They should keep a record of what they observe.

If you have seizures on a consistent basis, they will keep you from working and you should be found disabled. The most important factor is to prove that the seizures are happening and they are interfering with your daily activities.