Mental Health Disorders
We represent people suffering from many different mental health issues, including the ones listed below:
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Bipolar disorder • Anxiety / panic attacks • Agoraphobia (an anxiety disorder involving fear of unfamiliar places) • Developmental disabilities • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) • Personality disorders (also called character disorders) • Schizophrenia • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) • Depression, severe depression and major depressive disorder • Autism
Cardiac Vascular Disorders
We have successfully represented people with disabilities related to the cardiovascular system.
The Social Security Administration provides SSD benefits to people with disabilities related to the cardiovascular system, whether the condition is congenital or a condition that arose later in life. If you or someone you love has problems with the heart and circulatory system - including arteries, veins, capillaries - you may be eligible for cardiac disorder disability benefits.
Social Security Disability benefits are available to people with many different kinds of neurological disorders including:
• Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Seizures / seizure disorder • Neuropathy, including peripheral neuropathy • Stroke (CVA, cerebrovascular accident) • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) • Neurological disorders related to spinal disorders • Myasthenia gravis
The Law Offices of Aaron R. Vega represents people suffering from different types of sleep disorders.
Serious disorders from sleep apnea to insomnia could qualify for sleep disorder disability benefits. We understand how serious a sleep disorder can be and that many sleep disorders can prevent you from working. Obstructive Sleep Apnea can lead to excessive daytime somnolence, narcolepsy, and even heart disease. Not getting a restful sleep could impair your ability to concentrate; your judgment and you might even be a danger to yourself or coworkers.
We have successfully represented people suffering from fibromyalgia, as well as other SSD and SSI matters.
Unfortunately, there is no test for Fibromyalgia. The diagnosis is one of exclusion. This means that your doctor may have ruled out other diagnoses and your symptoms match those of a Fibromyalgia diagnosis. disease marked by long-term pain throughout the body, including joints, muscles, and soft tissue. Sufferers often feel extreme fatigue, sleep disturbance, joint stiffness, and sometimes all of this can lead to depression. We know that Fibromyalgia can effect people so much so that they cannot hold down a normal full time job and thus cannot earn a living. If you or someone you know is suffering from a Fibromyalgia disorder please call The Law Offices of Aaron R. Vega today for a free case evaluation.