I have had several cases involving back injuries, many people through no fault of their own have hurt their back over the years of work, and have to undergo surgery as a result, many times leaving them unable to work, and thus applying for Social Security Disability. Many times these disabilities become prevalent in the lower part of the back or lumbosacral area.
Spine disorders include, herniated nucleus, spinal arachnoiditis, spinal stenosis, osteorarthritis, degenerative disc disease, facet arthritis, verebral fracture with:
(1) Evidence of a nerve root compression
(2) Spinal arachnoiditis, confirmed by operative notes or pathology report
(3) Lumbar Spinal stenosis resulting in pseudoclaudication
Many people have or will have back surgery, I have met many clients who have had back surgery, but do not know if they fall under one of the technical terms above. Many people know they have severe back pain, but do not understand the above mentioned list.
A severe back injury requiring surgery can be a career ending disability. Please give the law office a call Monday through Friday at toll free 1 (877) 271-2633 or local at (615) 308-2633 and let me review your claim and see if I can help you out in your time of need.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.