Disability Benefits For Back And Joint Pain

If you suffer from back pain, you're not alone. Back injuries make up more than 20 percent of all workplace injuries*. However, you may certainly feel like you're on your own when trying to convince the Social Security Administration that you qualify for benefits.

At the Lubbock law firm of Becky D. Miller, we are here to take the stress away and handle all the details of your claim. We have plenty of experience with the Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits process, and we can guide you through it.

Our attorney, Becky, was born and raised right here. She is a Texas Tech graduate who knows the culture, the community and the concerns of her fellow Texans. You can rely on her and our entire legal team to go the distance in pursuit of the money and benefits you need.

Handling All Types Of Orthopedic Problems

We represent people who are unable to work due to injuries or diseases affecting their joints, bones, muscles and nerves. These physical impairments can include:

Arthritis
Back injuries
Degenerative disk or joint disease
Facet joint disease
Herniated disks
Hip pain
Lumbar pain
Nerve root impingement
Spinal cord damage
Spinal stenosis

Our law firm has access to respected neurologists, orthopedic specialists and other medical professionals. We can work with these professionals as needed to prove your disability and develop a strong case.

How Your Age Affects Your SSD Claim

The older a person gets, the greater the effect that back or joint pain can have on his or her ability to work. The Social Security Administration recognizes the effect of age and takes this into account. Even if a 20-year-old and a 55-year-old both have the exact same injury, it will be much easier for the 55-year-old to get disability benefits.

To learn more about pursuing disability benefits for back and joint pain, arrange a free initial consultation by calling 806-799-1200 . You can also reach our lawyer by email. We will charge no fees unless we win your case.

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*Statistic from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)