The Compassionate Allowance Program
in West Virginia
Quickly Identifying Illnesses & Diseases for SSD Eligibility
The Social Security Administration quickly processes some disability claims through the Compassionate Allowances (CAL) Program. It is a way to identify medical conditions that meet the definition for disability benefits, including adult brain disorders, some cancers, and rare childhood disorders. The CAL program cuts through the red tape, speeds up the process, and reaches a disability decision for West Virginia residents with very challenging medical conditions.
CAL Conditions Include:
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
Multiple Organ Transplants
Contact Andrea Pecora & Associates
if You Require Urgent SSD Benefits
Counsel from experts in the medical and science fields, research from the National Institutes of Health, and statements from the Social Security and Disability Determination Services selects Compassionate Allowance conditions. Generally, SSD will consider conditions that are likely to meet the standard definition of disability. If you are suffering from a disease, illness, or other medical condition that requires immediate Social Security Disability benefits, contact the dedicated professionals at Andrea Pecora & Associates as soon as possible.
Filing for SSDI & SSI Benefits in West Virginia
Residents who file for Social Security Disability Insurance due to an impairment can be time consuming and hard to understand. In order to receive SSI or SSDI benefits, you must file a claim. The professionals at Andrea Pecora & Associates are the best choice to properly file a claim. We can provide you with your best chance at the benefits you need. We serve clients from many areas in West Virginia, including all of the following locations: