Disability and Diabetic Neuropathy of the Feet and Legs

SE suffered from insulin dependent diabetes, which in turn caused her to have diabetic neuropathy of the feet and legs. By the time she was given a hearing date by SSA, SE was limited to getting around with the only the use of a walker and wheelchair. SE worked as a district manager for a large South Florida environmental company. After being denied two times by the SSA, Chris R. Borgia, Esq. was able to get her a lump sum award consisting of 2 ½ years of retroactive disability benefits future and monthly Disability Insurance Benefit payments and immediate enrollment in Medicare at the age of 52.