The legal team at Andalman & Flynn has nearly two decades of experience to rely on when assisting disability claimants. We understand the complexities of unique medical impairments including those involved with sleep disorders. We apply this knowledge to help claimants apply for disability benefits. If your sleep disorder prevents you from working, we can help you file a claim.
If you have questions regarding your sleep disorder call us at 301-563-6685 to schedule a confidential consultation.
Types of Sleep Disorders
There are a variety of sleep disorders. One of the most common types of sleep disorders is insomnia. Some forms of insomnia exist independently while other forms of insomnia are due to another health condition, such as depression, anxiety, stress, or pain. Some symptoms of insomnia include:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Pattern of waking in the night or too early
- Feeling sleep-deprived
- Difficulty concentrating
- Memory problems
- Tension headaches
- Stomach aches or other gastrointestinal symptoms
- Depression or anxiety
Another common sleep disorder is characterized by a person being unable to move their respiratory muscles or being able to breathe properly during sleep. They stop breathing for several seconds while they are sleeping. Individuals who have sleep apnea may be affected in the following ways:
- Fatigue throughout the day
- Falling asleep while completing other activities
- Increased risk of heart attacks, heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure
Qualifying for Disability Benefits
There are many other sleep disorders that disability claimants may suffer from. A Maryland disability attorney can explain how different sleep disorders may be processed.
Contact Maryland Disability Attorneys for a Confidential Consultation
At Andalman & Flynn, a qualified attorney will work on your case from start to finish, beginning with the initial application and continuing through the appeals process. We can help collect medical records that document the sleep disorder and demonstrate how it affects your life. We can also assist with vocational evaluations and Independent Medical Evaluations in order to improve your chances of being approved for benefits. We can assist you through the process to help pursue the benefits you deserve.
Improve your odds of success by retaining the services of a qualified disability attorney—contact us to schedule your consultation today.