Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) And End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)

Your kidneys remove waste and fluid, control blood pressure, produce red blood cells, maintain bone health and control the pH levels of your body. If you have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or have reached End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) and require dialysis treatment, you can feel in every cell of your body the fact that your kidneys are not working.

You feel tired, suffer from headaches, have nausea and potentially restless legs syndrome (RLS) due to the build up of toxins in your body. CKD and ESRD are disabling conditions that can affect your quality of life, your ability to get a good night’s sleep and can prevent you from working.

Davis, Davis & Patterson in Rome, Georgia, understands the difficulties that someone with kidney failure experiences. We are here to help you obtain Social Security Disability Benefits so that you can pay your bills while taking care of your health. For information and a free consultation, please call us at 706-622-4137.

ESRD Qualifies You For SSDI

ESRD is the only disability that automatically qualifies you for SSDI. It is extraordinarily rare that your claim for SSDI will be denied if you have ESRD. You must have proper medical documentation from your nephrologist and dialysis unit to prove that you have CKD/ESRD and require dialysis. Whether you chose hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis, the life-sustaining treatments will be time-consuming. While some kidney patients do want to continue work, many others are unable. Dialysis treatments do help filter waste and toxins from your system, but the treatment often wipes you out for several hours.

We Can Help — Contact An Attorney Today

Our lawyers know that kidney disease is a draining and difficult condition. We are here to help you obtain the SSDI benefits that you require. Talk to us today in a free consultation. We can be reached at 706-622-4137 or you can contact us online.