Re: SSDI for cancer?
If the man has enough work credits to qualify for SSDI , and the results of the testing comes back , proving he does have cancer, then it should not be that difficult to be approved. He will need his Dr's support, and all the nemas and address'ss of these dr's he has seen and the ones helping him treat the cancer. I know that they treat cancer by chemo, or surgery. So he is in for a long haul.
My friends toddler had cancer, and was easily approved for SSI. The child is now 8 years old and is cancer free, but has to be checked periodically to make sure it has not come back.
Yes he has a high precentage of a approval. They need to get started on the paperwork ASAP. A lot of things can now be done online to make the process go faster. Such as filing for the adult disability report, all done online. This will speed up the process for him and his family.
Last edited by mscat40; 04-29-2011 at 02:25 PM.