From Limited Range Of Motion To Paralysis
A back or neck injury can cause severe pain, limited range of motion, loss of sensation and even total paralysis. If you have suffered a back or neck injury and are unable to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
I am Trevor A. Brown, an SSDI and SSI lawyer in Dalton, Georgia. I handle back and neck injury disability claims and appeals for clients throughout northwest Georgia, including the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Do not try to go it alone. Send me a message to set up a free consultation to discuss your situation.
What Evidence Is Needed To Prove A Claim?
When you file for disability benefits, the burden is on you to prove that the injury or disease prevents you from working. Some of the back and neck injuries that may qualify you for SSDI or SSI benefits include:
- Herniated or ruptured discs
- Vertebrae fractures
- Spinal stenosis
- Cervical spine impairment
- Lower lumbar injuries
- Spinal meningitis
Like any impairment, a back or neck injury must be severe enough to prevent you from working for you to qualify for benefits. In order to have the best chance of being approved, you must obtain medical treatment and follow your doctor’s orders. You must provide documented medical evidence of your back or neck injury to the Social Security Administration (SSA).
I have handled numerous back and neck injury claims and can guide you through the legal process. I will be your strong advocate, presenting a compelling case to the SSA on your behalf.
Is A Back Or Neck Injury Keeping You Out Of Work?
I am here to help you seek the disability benefits you need. Call 706-847-4646 or toll-free at 800-610-9637 to speak with an experienced back and neck injury claims attorney during a free consultation.