Pensions for permanent disability are those that, by their nature, require a greater number of procedures. Not only do you have to request them, but in the same application process you also have to prove that there are sufficient medical evidence to be entitled to receive them.
The process is long and subject to various medical reviews aimed at illustrating the sentiment of Social Security, the institution ultimately responsible for deciding whether to grant disability (partial, total, absolute or severe disability) and, consequently, the pension.
There is no specific catalog of diseases that give the right to a pension. The degree of influence that the disease has on the daily life of the aspiring pensioner is taken into account and it is for this reason that the decision to grant the pension responds to multiple causes and is different in each case.
However, there are certain diseases with which there are more options to obtain a pension , according to the experience of accumulated cases. The specialized law firm Campmany Abogados deals with this type of process and, according to its own history, registers a series of ailments with which it has traditionally had more options to obtain the benefit.
-Chronic renal failure
- Hearing loss
-Systemic lupus erythematosus
-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
-Serious pathologies of the hand, hip, shoulder, elbows or feet
-Rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis
-Professional or occupational asthma
-Respiratory diseases caused by amian
-COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
-Drug addiction, gambling or alcoholism
-Limit of personality or post-traumatic stress
-Obsessive compulsive disorder
-Acute myocardial infarctions
-Tetralogy of Fallot
-Arnold Chiari, Lambert-Eaton and Post Polio Syndromes
-Loss of vision