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Chronic Kidney Disease and Receiving Social Security Disability

Chronic kidney disease is also referred to as chronic renal disease. Chronic kidney disease is a progressive loss of renal (kidney) function over a period of months or years through five stages. Each stage is a progression through an abnormally low and deteriorating glomerular filtration rate, which is usually determined indirectly by the creatinine level in your blood serum. These five stages are: Chronic kidney disease is a growing health problem in the United States. 16.8% of all adults in America above the age of 20 have chronic kidney disease. Around 67,000 people die each year in the United States because of kidney failure. At the beginning, chronic kidney disease causes no specific effects. As your kidney function decreases, however, you may experience: You or a loved one may have chronic kidney disease. It may be affecting you or your loved one to the point that you are unable to work. Chronic kidney disease and/or the complications resulting from or related to it may be the cause of your disability. Have you or your loved one applied for Social Security disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability caused by chronic kidney disease? Were you or your loved one denied? You or your loved one may be thinking about appealing the denial by the Social Security Administration. If you do, consider this. You or your loved one may need a disability lawyer like you will find here to guide you in what can be a long and trying process. The reason for this is because people who are helped and represented by a disability attorney are approved more often than those people who do not have a lawyer. This is something that could affect you or your loved one for the rest of your life. Do not delay. Find a disability attorney here.