The causes of speech disorders are various. In order for Speech to be disabling, the disability must be obvious with the inability to produce “by any means” speech that can be heard, understood or sustained. The critical element here is the phrase “any means”, which sometimes can include devices used by people who have had removal of their vocal cords or the majority of their vocal cords. At the same time, there are many other legal factors usually involved in proving a disability claim based upon speech loss alone.
The attorneys at Drummond Disability are familiar with these factors and can help you with your claims. For our assistance with your Social Security Disability (SSD) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim, please CALL Drummond Disability TODAY at 800-842-0426.