Chronic renal disease and long term disability
People who are suffering from chronic renal disease, more commonly known as chronic kidney failure, may eventually qualify to get long term disability benefits if they can no longer work.
People may suffer from serious health complications if their kidneys fail to filter properly, potentially allowing food wastes to enter the blood stream. People with chronic kidney disease may experience complications like pulmonary edema, heart problems, and immune system fluctuation that may lead to infections. Kidney problems like hypertensive renal vascular disease, nephritis, diabetic nephropathy, and persistent obstructive uropathy may prevent people from working.
The lawyers of the Hankey Law Office P.C. understand that people in Indiana that are suffering from chronic renal disease should get the long term disability benefits they need to sustain the costly treatment needed to prolong their lives. Discuss your situation today by calling (800) 520-3633 to find out how we may help you.