Phillip joined Cuddigan Law in July 2012. Phillip obtained his law degree in 2012 from Creighton University and was admitted to the bar in both Nebraska and Utah. Phillip practiced his law skills while attending Creighton where he gained knowledge of bankruptcy, family law, and Social Security disability. Phil is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives (NOSSCR). Phillip takes a personal approach to his work with disability cases. Phillip gets a hand on experience to understand what the client is going through and carefully handles each case with expertise and respect.
- Creighton University
- J.D. / Litigation
- Cuddigan Law P.C., L.L.O.
- - Current
- Legal Aid of Nebraska
- National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives
- Sustaining Member
- - Current
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- Social Security Disability/SSI
- English: Spoken, Written
If your diabetes has caused complications such as vision problems, fatigue, neuropathy or foot sores, that prevent you from working, you may want to consider Social Security disability. For more information about diabetes disability claims watch this video from Omaha's Cuddigan law.Fibromyalgia Symptoms Qualifying for Social Security Disabil
Individuals with fibromyalgia may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Social Security requires proof including examinations that document the presence of tender points and other evidence of fibromyalgia.In 2012, Diagnosis by rheumatologist is helpful. Social Security issued a ruling that outlined the requirements for approval of claims.When Does Heart Disease Qualify for Disability Benefits and
Social Security starts to evaluate your heart condition by looking at their listing of impairments.The heart listings are strict requirements that very few applicants qualify for. However the disability examiner must evaluate your symptoms of chest pain, shortness of breath and fatigue to determine whether they limit your ability to perform your past work or any other work.The documentation of symptoms in your medical records is important to the success of your treatment and your disability case.When Does Heart Disease Qualify for Disability Benefits and
Social Security starts to evaluate your heart condition by looking at their listing of impairments.The heart listings are strict requirements that very few applicants qualify for. However the disability examiner must evaluate your symptoms of chest pain, shortness of breath and fatigue to determine whether they limit your ability to perform your past work or any other work.The documentation of symptoms in your medical records is important to the success of your treatment and your disability case.SSDI Benefits for Blindness, Vision and Eye Problems
Social Security Disability denies most eye or vision claims on the basis that the individual does not meet or equal the vision listings. However you may have vision problems that prevent you from performing your past work or any other work but still not meet the strict Social Security listings.This video explains that it is important that you get a report from your eye doctor that describes your visual limitations not just your central visual acuity and you need objective evidence of your limitations. One of the first questions asked by judges in vision cases, is whether you are still driving.Social Security's Vision Listings are Difficult to Meet.
Most disability applicants don't meet the strict standards of Social Security vision listings but many have eye limitations that prevent them from working. Attorney Phil Martin of Omaha outlines the various eye limitations that will prevent work without accommodation from an employer.Severe Migraine Symptoms Qualify For Disability Benefits
pain from migraine headaches may prevent regular attendance at work. Some individuals with severe migraines qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits according Omaha attorney Phil Martin.How do Heart Problems Qualify for Social Security Disability
Attorney Phil Martin of Omaha explains how heart symptoms may qualify for Social Security Disability. Symptoms such as shortness of breath fatigue and chest pain may affect your ability to work.What are the Different Types of Social Security Disability Benefits Available?
Phil Martin of Omaha's Cuddigan Law outlines the types of benefits available for other than the disabled person. These benefits are based on relationship to the disabled beneficiary.These benefits include Disabled Adult Child and Childhood Disability benefits.Are You Eligible for Social Security Benefits Based on Fibromyalgia ?
Fibromyalgia can make your life miserable and make you unable to work. Omaha disability attorney Phil Martin explains what is necessary to prove your disability claim.Do You Qualify for Social Security Disability Based on Diabetes?
Omaha disability lawyer Phil Martin explains how the severity of your functional restrictions from diabetes determine your eligibility for Social Security disability benefits.