People suffer from gastrointestinal problems – such as Crohn’s disease and irritable bowl syndrome (IBS) – not only experience daily abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea, but they also have to deal with the exhaustion and fatigue that accompany these diseases.
With more than 30 years of experience, Middlesex County attorney Jeffrey Goldblatt has helped hundreds of people throughout New Jersey get the Social Security benefits they need to pay their bills, support their families and treat their Crohn’s disease and IBS.
Monmouth County Crohn’s Disease Disability Attorney
People suffering from Crohn’s disease and IBS experience chronic stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea. These diseases also may affect other parts of the body, including the eyes and skin, and can result in serious bodily harm such as arthritis, stiff joints, loss of mobility, obstruction of the bowels, fistulae and abscesses.
At the Monmouth County Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt, Esq., lawyer Goldblatt fights hard to get his clients the disability benefits they deserve. From proof of impairment through the qualification process, Mr. Goldblatt will do everything in his power to prove your disability prevents you from working and entitles you to Social Security benefits.
Helping Clients Get Benefits For Their Crohn’s, IBS and Colitis Disabilities
While many people suffering from Crohn’s disease and IBS are able to obtain employment, the amount of work missed due to flare-ups of their disease may make it hard to perform job duties and retain their employment.
Attorney Jeffrey Goldblatt works with doctors and vocational experts to testify on his clients behalf. Physicians and other medical specialists are able to testify about the nature and severity of his clients’ symptoms, while vocational experts speak to the effect those symptoms have on clients’ ability to be reliable, productive workers.
Together, these experts paint a picture of how long a person suffering from Crohn’s disease or IBS would be away from his or her work station throughout the day, the last-minute meeting cancellations required due to sudden flare-ups, and the effects physical exhaustion and fatigue will have on manual labor abilities.
If you suffer from Crohn’s disease or IBS and can no longer maintain employment, contact Middlesex County IBS disability attorney Jeffrey Goldblatt today. All consultations are confidential, and cases are taken on a contingency basis – that means you don’t pay until the SSA does.