Diabetes Mellitus

Daisley Law Offices, P.C., represents North Carolinians who suffer the effects of a variety of illnesses and injuries, including the following:

  • Traumatic injuries such as brain injury
  • Disability conditions such as fibromyalgia or cancer
  • Mental health impairments such as PTSD and bipolar disorder
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Fatal illnesses such as cancer, which are perhaps under control but result in ongoing medical complications
  • Chronic health problems such as diabetes mellitus

People suffering from diabetes mellitus may have no symptoms for a long time. This disease may exist for years before it is diagnosed or before it becomes disabling. Once symptoms begin, they may include the following:

  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Weight gain
  • Blurred vision
  • Slow-healing sores
  • Frequent infections
  • Nerve damage
  • Red, swollen, tender gums

If your diabetes mellitus is in the early stages, you are encouraged to pursue diagnosis and treatment in hopes of preventing further complications. If it has reached an advanced stage, you may experience pain, numbness and tingling in your hands, arms and legs. The condition can lead to the loss of use of a limb or even amputation. If you are a veteran suffering from diabetes, this may entitle you to additional VA benefits. Let us explore that possibility with you.

Social Security Disability Claims · Denied SSD Claim Appeals

Your diabetes mellitus may mean that you are eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, long-term care benefits or other types of available financial support. To schedule a consultation with an attorney regarding your diabetes mellitus and your inability to work because of it, call or email Daisley Law Offices, P.C.

Pursue the Benefits You Need and Deserve

We are prepared to advise you on the most likely routes to a successful benefit claim or appeal when you suffer from mellitus diabetes. Our goal is to help you obtain the funding that you need to cope with the financial realities associated with your condition.

Are You Impaired by Diabetes Mellitus? Contact an Attorney

Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation and preliminary case review with our experienced North Carolina and South Carolina SSD lawyer. We maintain offices in Charlotte, Fayetteville and Raleigh, for the convenience of our clients, or let us know if you need a consultation at your location.