As a Crohns Disease attorney I represent individuals who suffer from Crohns Disease, this disease can strike at anytime, and the consequences are painful, and I understand that as a Crohns Disease attorney, if Crohns is not treated properly it can lead to death. Crohns disease involves the bowels, symptoms can be bloody stools, fever, liver disfunctions, and intermittent obstruction. Let me be your Crohns Disease Attorney, Florida, Tennessee, in the SouthEast and nationwide.
Crohns disease can most certainly be described as any inflammation of any part of the gastrointestinal tract, but most often Crohn’s disease is the inflammation of the distal ileum or colon. Sometimes complete removal of the colon is required, however this is no guarantee that the pain will stop. Most Crohns disease claimants go through episodes of the disease, the key part of the Social Security listing for it is, how long does the period of recurrence last? How long does persistence last? How long does the intermittent obstruction last?
Although difficult to discuss, the main issues with Crohn’s disease can be the constant diarrhea and weight loss, the diarrhea is so difficult sometimes that it prevents clients from keeping their job. The weight loss can lead to devastating health issues, and without medical treatment, possibly death.
The drugs used to treat Crohn’s disease can have terrible side effects. The drug Prednisone is used in the most severe cases of the disease. It is most important to describe these side effects to Social Security Disability. Hospital stays are generally part of a client’s treatment if they have been prescribed Prednisone, it is a sign of how serious the condition has become for the client.
The importance of all medical records and client’s testimony relating to this disease cannot be understated. The medical records for a Crohns disease claimant reveal the doctors thoughts, treatments, recurrence, and treatment of the disease, the records are also used to show an arthritic condition that occurs with Crohns disease. The testimony although sometimes hard for the client to discuss is essential as well, it is so very important to let Social SecurityDisability know about your conditions including, diarrhea, fevers, arthritis, and pain.
I would be please to speak with you about your disability claim, there is never a fee at my law office unless I win your claim, and there is no obligation for calling. Feel free to reach me at toll free (877) 271-2633 or our local number at (615) 308-2633.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.