Back surgery disability? Many clients who retain me have had surgery on their back, after having hardware implanted such as screws, pins, plates, metal cages, spinal stimulators, or spinal fusions. Sometimes after surgery work can become impossible. A back surgery disability case is as complex as a back injury claim, it is necessary to explain the pain and limited mobility that you may now have, even after surgery. It is not enough to just present the fact that you have had a back surgery, you need a back surgery disability atttorney.
Many back surgery disability clients report to us of having their initial back problem solved, but the side effects of the hardware in their back or the fusions of vertebra cause such limited mobility or inability, that they can no longer do their old job. Depending on many factors this may not be enough to win your disability claim on its own. We look into other factors that the courts use to determine your disability to attempt to get the best result in back surgery disability claim.
The physical pain that can result from back surgery can be disabling. Even though many clients report that their spine is repaired, the pain they experience continues to be devastating to their ability to work. The type of medication you may be taking can also be a major factor in your claim, How much are you taking? What are the side effects? What happens if you don’t take the pain medication? I understand back surgery disability and its side effects.
Give me a call and let me take care of your back surgery disability claim, help is just a phone call away at Nationwide Toll Free 1 (877) 271-2633. I look forward to hearing from you. You can also find more general social security disability information at our sister site socialsecuritydenied.com.