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Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C infections are caused by the hepatitis virus and can result in inflammation of the liver, affecting its ability to function. Severe cases of hepatitis C can result in liver failure, liver cancer or cirrhosis of the liver. Hepatitis is usually contracted from contaminated blood, blood transfusions or through intravenous drug use. Those suffering from Hepatitis C may be severely ill, leaving them unable to work or secure employment. Sufferers of Hepatitis C know that one of its primary symptoms is chronic fatigue. You may be unable to have a productive day, need excessive sleep and find yourself exhausted when completing everyday tasks. These symptoms may also leave you unable to care for your family and secure gainful employment. Our attorneys are committed to helping clients seek financial assistance through Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income. Symptoms of Hepatitis C may include: Fatigue, Nausea, Poor appetite, Muscle and joint pain, Vomiting, Jaundice or Fever.

Hepatitis C is a disabling illness that may make you eligible for disability benefits. Let us help you seek treatment and recover the financial assistance you need. If Hepatitis C has made it difficult for you to work, we can help.

To schedule an initial consultation and case evaluation with a trusted SSDI and SSI lawyer serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the surrounding region, please contact us online or call (215) 886-0398 to arrange a free initial consultation with our lawyer about SSD/SSI eligibility. Let us help you get the financial assistance you need and deserve.

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