Ft. Pierce, Florida is a growing and increasing population and economic center of South Florida. It has been nicknamed the “Sunrise City” and is a sister city of San Francisco. Residents of Ft. Pierce have many cultural attractions, including Heathcote Botanical Gardens, Manatee Center, Old City Hall, Sunrise Theatre and the Ft. Pierce Marina. Indian River State College is an invaluable educational resource for Ft. Pierce residents.
Ft. Pierce Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq., represents individuals in Fort Pierce, Florida, before Social Security Judges. A Social Security Disability Claimant living in Ft. Pierce, Florida, must succeed through a Five-Step Process in order to receive Social Security Disability Benefits.
Step 1- Is the Claimant earning more than $1,170.00 per month? If yes, this is “substantial gainful activity” and the Claimant would likely not be eligible.
Step 2- Does the impairment significantly limit the ability to work; is it severe?
Step 3- Does the Claimant have an Extreme Medical Condition, which is equal to a “Listing”?
Step 4- Does the Claimant have the ability to return to past work?
Step 5- If past work is precluded, does the person retain capacity to do any other kind of work?
Claimants from Ft. Pierce, Florida can be represented by Ft. Pierce Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq., to formulate and prosecute the Five Step Process to win before a Social Security Judge. Medical issues resulting in Social Security Disability include musculoskeletal system and growth impairments; special senses and speech; respiratory system; cardiovascular system; digestive system; genitourinary disorders; hematological systems; skin disorders; endocrine systems.
Many Ft. Pierce Veterans suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other psychiatric illnesses and are eligible to apply for Social Security Disability benefits, in addition to Veterans Disability Benefits. Other Ft. Pierce Social Security Disability Claimants represented by Ft. Pierce Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin are disabled from other issues, including disorders of the spine; chronic heart failure; chronic liver disease; chronic kidney disease; diabetes; neuropathies; epilepsy and cerebral palsy.