Social Security Claims for Orthopedic Conditions
There is a wide range of orthopedic conditions that can prevent people from working. Whether you have a herniated disk or you suffer from arthritis, an experienced attorney can help you document your injuries and get the Social Security disability benefits you deserve. We will make sure you get the full extent of benefits you deserve. Dedicated to SSD and SSI claims, our goal is to make the process as simple as possible.
Putting Your Social Security Claim Back in Your Hands
Are you unable to work because of chronic pain from an orthopedic condition? Since arthritis and back pain are common problems, it is easy for Social Security to overlook how they affect individuals. If you have arthritis in your back, hands, shoulders, knees or hips, the pain alone can keep you from all sorts of jobs. Our lawyers can help you demonstrate the full impact of your orthopedic condition, and how it affects you as an individual:
- Herniated disks
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Shoulder pain
- Joint Pain
Orthopedic conditions often result in surgery to the neck or back, as well as the hip or knee. If you will be unable to work for over a year after your surgery, you could qualify for benefits, even if you intend to return to work. In all cases, it is important to work closely with your doctor and other medical experts, in order to properly document the effects of your injury.
Why Work With Us?
Our goal is to keep the process as simple as possible while maintaining open communication with our clients. Through our website, you will have secure, online access to your case file at all times. More than just a client, you will be a partner in your case. You will not need to wait for a lawyer to call you back. You will have access to the information you need with the click of a mouse, securely and conveniently, when you need it.
While you will have access to your case file, you will still have access to our attorneys as well. Our law offices are open weekdays from 9 to 5. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. We have locations throughout Washington, and — through our online portal — our lawyers serve clients across the country.