Like most South Florida communities, the City of Boynton Beach was founded by a northerner, Major Nathan Boynton of Michigan. His hotel construction was the “spark” that brought the Florida East Coast Railroad and many workers to reside in the area. Today, over 65,000 persons live in this city, often known as the "Gateway to the Gulf Stream." Professional golfers Christopher Wilder and George Burns are proud to live there. Over 75,000 persons are happy to call Boynton Beach, their home. Boynton Beach is part of the Palm Beach County School District, serviced by award winning elementary, middle and high schools.
Boynton Beach Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. has represented individuals seeking to appeal a claim for Social Security Disability. Under the law, there are five components which every individual must prove, in order to be successful in obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits:
- An inability to perform substantial, gainful employment.
- The disability must have duration of at least 12 months. The disability must have actually lasted for at least 12 months OR according to the treating medical providers, be reasonably anticipated to last for at least 12 months.
- The disability must be the result of a provable medical condition. It is allowable to combine multiple medical impairments (for example, major depression and a lumbar back herniation).
- The disability must be documented by medical data.
- The applicant's age, education and past work history must be considered.
ALL of the above components must be met in order to qualify as disabled. Further, a person's condition must become disabling before a person's insured status ends. It is the claimant's burden or responsibility to prove the above elements of a claim. Boynton Beach Social Security Disability Lawyer Randy Zeldin, Esq. will make certain that critical and relevant medical evidence is obtained and brought before a Social Security Judge.
Social Security Disability Judges may consider many types of evidence. Sources of medical evidence can include a wide variety of professionals, including licensed physicians; osteopaths; psychologists; optometrists (for measurement of visual acuity and visual fields); speech and language pathologists to establish speech or language impairments and others.
Skin Disorders often can result in a disabling condition, which requires an individual to seek Social Security Disability Benefits. Boynton Beach Social Security Disability Lawyer Randy Zeldin, Esq. represents individuals from Boynton Beach afflicted with skin disorders, including ichthyosis; bullous disease; chronic infections; dermatitis; hidradenitis suppurativa; genetic photosentivity disorders; burns.
Boynton Beach Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. is pleased to offer free in-office consultations for Social Security Disability cases from Boynton Beach. Please call now to schedule your free case review!
The Boca Raton law office of Randy Zeldin is conveniently located on 6111 Broken Sound Pkwy NW, #200.
The West Palm Beach law office of Randy Zeldin is conveniently located on 1401 Forum Way, #600. Call for a free case review at (561) 732-8004.
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