Working To Improve Your Chances Of Approval
A back injury or degenerative condition can make it painful or physically impossible to work a full-time job. It’s not simply the pinching, burning sensation, shooting pains or numbness. A chronic condition in your back affects your mobility, strength, stamina and ability to concentrate at work. You may even find it unbearable to sit for long periods or difficult to sleep at night.
Many people who suffer agonizing back pain are nonetheless turned down for Social Security Disability. At Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law, in Newark, we have a successful record of winning benefits for a wide range of disabling conditions because of our focus on the medical evidence. Contact us for a free consultation.
We Handle A Variety Of Injuries And Disorders
- Vertebrae fractures (broken back)
- Herniated disk (bulging disk/slipped disk/ruptured disk)
- Lumbar disk disease (lower back)
- Cervical disk disease (neck)
- Degenerative disk disease
- Radiculopathy (pinched nerve or sciatica)
- Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
Medical Evidence Of Back-Related Disorders
Attorney Glenn Carey has practiced in disability law for 35 years. His high success rate is due in large part to his in-depth knowledge of the Social Security Administration’s medical criteria. He can often recommend specific diagnostic tests and documentation required to meet the SSA listings or to provide further evidence of disability.
For example, X-rays, MRI or CT scans may reveal dislocation or degradation of a disk. An EMG nerve conduction test (electromyogram) may support claims of back pain, loss of sensation, muscle dysfunction or other symptoms of the disorder. Lastly, the doctor maybe able to observe or verify chronic pains, discomfort when standing or sitting, lost range of motion, and inability to bend, twist or lift objects of moderate weight.
We Take Care Of Your Case So You Can Take Care Of Your Health
Our back injury lawyer knows how to convince the claim examiners or hearing judge that your pain and limitations are real and that you cannot perform your old job or similar work.
Our legal team will do all the work of augmenting your medical records and fighting for you in the claims and appeals process. We can help even if your back injury disability claim has already been denied. Contact us today online or by calling 877-673-9993 to schedule your free initial consultation.
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