Vision, Hearing, and Speech Disorders

Clients Success Stories:
Disability Benefits for Vision, Hearing, and Speech Disorders

Plus additional resources on getting disability benefits for Vision, Hearing, and Speech Disorders

Disability Benefits and Ménière’s Disease

Can you get disability for Ménière’s disease? Yes, but it depends on the severity and it must be expected to impact your ability to work for at least 12 months. Attorney Chad Delesk explains the details and medical evidence requirements.

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Disability Benefits for Cement Masons

Charles was a cement mason who was denied disability benefits before hiring Balin Law. Read Charles’ story and his experience hiring a firm that helped him win disability benefits.

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What Social Security lists for Vision, Hearing, and Speech Disorders

Disability benefits for speech, hearing and vision impairments are evaluated under “Special Senses and Speech”, Section 2.00, of Social Security’s Listing of Impairments – Adult Listings.

Social Security outlines the medical requirements and test results needed to approve disability benefits for loss of hearing, vision, and speech in Section 2.00.

This section includes vertigo and loss of balance associated with disturbances of labyrinthine-vestibular function, including Ménière’s disease.