SSDI Benefits For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful and debilitating condition that makes it hard, if not impossible, for people to work. If you suffer from carpal tunnel and are seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, the attorneys at Davis, Davis & Patterson can guide you through the process of applying for benefits and, if necessary, appealing a denied claim. We have more than 80 years of combined experience helping people in Rome and throughout North Georgia obtain the disability benefits they need and deserve.
Do You Qualify For Benefits?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a repetitive stress injury that occurs when the median nerve running from the forearm to the palm is compressed at the wrist. People from many occupations suffer from carpal tunnel, including assembly line workers, cashiers, hair stylists and those who routinely use a computer keyboard.
If you experience pain, numbness and other symptoms of carpal tunnel, your suffering alone will not qualify you for benefits. You must have documented medical evidence of your condition and must be able to convince Social Security Administration (SSA) officials that your condition prohibits you from working.
The good news? You do not have to face this process alone. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling SSDI claims for those suffering from carpal tunnel and are here to handle all aspects of your claim and any necessary appeals. We know what evidence is likely to sway SSA officials and can help you make the most compelling argument possible.