Legal Help For Those Who Suffer From Chronic Pain Syndrome
Anyone who suffers from chronic pain knows how hard it can be to carry on with everyday activities, let alone work duties. Pain can make it hard to sit, stand and even concentrate. Many people with chronic pain syndrome are simply unable to work and need Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to survive. Obtaining those benefits, however, can be an uphill climb.
This is where the attorneys at Davis, Davis & Patterson in Rome can help. We have extensive experience helping people apply and qualify for SSDI benefits. We understand what you are going through and are determined to help you obtain a successful outcome.
Qualifying For SSDI Benefits
Chronic pain most often arises from physical impairments such as peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome or fibromyalgia, but can also be linked to mental health impairments. The SSA will consider chronic pain syndrome claims if the condition can be linked to a qualifying impairment.
The important factors in pursuing an SSDI claim are getting treatment for your chronic pain and obtaining documented evidence that you have a qualifying condition. Descriptions of your pain and how it affects you are important, but you must also obtain evidence from objective medical tests such as X-rays, MRIs and CAT scans.
Our attorneys can guide you through all aspects of this process, making sure you obtain the evidence you need to convince Social Security Administration (SSA) officials that you are truly disabled. We work with clients from all walks of life and a broad range of occupations. We will work with you personally to gain an understanding of your disability and how it impacts your ability to work.
Discuss Your Chronic Pain Disability Claim With An Experienced Lawyer
You don’t have to face this process alone. We are here to share our knowledge about disability benefits for chronic pain syndrome. To arrange your free initial consultation with an experienced SSDI attorney in Rome, Georgia, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 706-622-4137.