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The Financial Support You Deserve

You can’t really prepare for cancer.

The diagnosis alone can send you reeling. The ripple effects can be even worse.

What if it forces you out of work? On top of rising medical bills, how can you afford your normal expenses if you don’t have an income?

It’s a stressful time. We know.

Social Security Disability benefits were made for people in your situation. They provide financial security when you need it most.

Sadly, these benefits can be hard to win. Most applicants are denied on their first try.

Attorney Danielle Beaver’s mission is to help people in need—people just like you. She takes pride in getting to know you and your situation, not treating you like a case number like some mainland firms do.

Give Danielle and her experienced staff a call today to get started.

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Common Types of Cancer that Qualify for Disability in HI

With cancer, your chances of winning disability benefits depend on its type and severity.

Here are types of cancer that we often see qualify:

  • Brain cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Carcinoma
  • Kidney cancer
  • Leukemia
  • Liver cancer
  • Lung cancer
  • Lymphoma
  • Melanoma
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  • Thyroid cancer

If your cancer isn’t on the list, you could still be eligible for benefits. Here’s what you’ll have to prove:

  • Your cancer makes working impossible.
  • You can’t switch to a different line of work.
  • Your health will force you out of work for at least a year.

If your cancer is more severe, you could be fast-tracked to getting the benefits you need. Social Security maintains a “compassionate allowances” list, which houses the conditions serious enough to move you to the proverbial front of the line.

But, no matter how bad your cancer is, it’s still cancer. It’s understandable to feel lost during a time like this.

Danielle Beaver wants to help.

Danielle and her staff can answer any questions you have about this process, which can be complex. We’ll even evaluate your case for free.

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A Disability Denial Isn’t the End

It should be simple. You’re the one with cancer. You can’t work, so you should qualify for Social Security Disability benefits easily.


Many times that not’s the case, sadly. After what you’ve been through, a denial can be crushing. Don’t they know you’re hurting?

You can’t give up. Not now.

The truth is that Social Security features a multi-step appeals process with chances to win at each juncture. Your best chance is a hearing with an administrative law judge (ALJ)—your only shot to plead your case in person.

You shouldn’t go through this alone, either.

In fact, a government study showed that you’re three times as likely to win benefits at a hearing if you have representation.

So let us handle the legal work for you. You focus on feeling your best.

Remember: Social Security Disability is all we do.

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