SSD and Repetitive Stress Injuries Lawyer
Performing the same motions over and over again can take a toll on your body, especially as you get older. If you are unable to work due to a repetitive stress injury, you may be entitled to benefits from Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI). Social Security Disability can provide you access to medical care, cash benefits and a better quality of life.
At Ross, Quinn and Ploppert, our lawyers have the experience required to help you successfully obtain disability benefits for repetitive stress injuries such as wrist, elbow and shoulder pain. Contact us to talk to an experienced and compassionate attorney about your case.
When Is Repetitive Stress Injury a Disability?
Repetitive stress injuries may be treatable through rest, ergonomic adaptations in the workplace and, in some cases, through surgery. Unfortunately, the injury can become chronic, making it impossible for you to work.
To be considered a disability, your repetitive stress injury must last for a year or more and prevent you from doing any work, including your previous job or any other job. Our lawyers can help you through the challenging process of proving to the Social Security Administration that your repetitive stress injury is a disability. We can also guide you through the appeals process if your disability claim has been denied.
Contact Our SSDI Benefits Lawyers
Our Social Security Disability and repetitive stress injury attorneys will be happy to answer your questions during a free initial consultation. Contact us to discuss your case.
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