Loveland SSD Lawyers
Back & Neck Pain & Spinal Injuries
Pain in your back and neck can develop gradually over time to the point where it becomes completely debilitating. It may even prevent you from being able to do your job properly. This is why chronic neck and back pain are perfectly acceptable reasons to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. The accumulated wear and tear on your body can affect other aspects of your life so it is imperative to get legal help from one of our Loveland SSD Disability attorneys right away. We will fight for the benefits you deserve.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
How You Can Maximize Your Chance at Success
The first step to prove you are in need of Social Security Disability benefits is seeking medical attention for your injuries. By conducting medical tests and documenting your injury, you will have solid evidence to present to the Social Security Disability authorities. Also, make sure you get adequate rest and recovery because your back and neck pain could develop into something worse if you are not careful. In some cases, a spinal cord injury could even lead to permanent disability. If you injure your spinal cord and become incapacitated, it is important that you seek out legal counsel to help you get the financial resources you need.
You should continue to document your injury throughout the legal process in case your condition changes. It is also advised that you have reliable witnesses that can corroborate your claim. The more evidence and witness testimony that you have, the greater your chance of success will be.
Our Loveland SSD attorneys have nearly three decades of combined legal experience. We have a comprehensive understanding of SSD laws and the processes that are involved. We will create a persuasive and effective case strategy for you in order to increase your chance at getting an approved claim. We will fight tooth and nail, around the clock to ensure you get the legal help you need.
With an approved Social Security Disability benefits claim, you could help pay for the following:
- Rehabilitation fees
- Outstanding medical bills
- Lost wages due to your injury
- Other injury-related expenses
Call (877) 435-1514 today for a complimentary case evaluation and see if you are eligible for benefits.