As a back surgery disability attorney I have represented a large number of claimants who suffer from the effects of back surgery and multiple back surgeries. As a back surgery disability attorney I see that back surgeries quite often involve permanent screws, pins, plates, and rods are placed on the spinal column, replacement of discs; removal of discs, and spinal fusion. When you choose your back surgery disability attorney, do you want to know they have done this before? Call us at 1 (877) 271-2633.
The most common effects from back surgery tends to be the inability to tolerate bending over; tolerate standing for periods of time; sitting down for long periods of time; missing work often; and constant pain. While many claimants tend to feel better after their surgery, they can never return to their career, and often find it impossible to return to work, due to their physical limitations associated with their back.
Most back surgeries have to be done as a result of accidents, disease, and or a combination of the two. Social Security disability has several listings that take into account all the problems that are associated with back surgeries and multiple back surgeries, due in part to either disease and or an accident.
A very important part of your disability case will be your medical records, they will show the judge what you have been through, and what you suffer from, along with a detailed explanation of your back surgery and or surgeries. Sometimes it is possible to obtain a medical source statement from a treating physician such as back surgeon and or a primary care doctor, obtaining one of these allows the judge to get an up to date opinion from your doctor.
If you need our assistance with your disability claim, please give me a call, you will speak directly to an attorney, and if I on the phone with another client, I will personally call you back. Here at socialsecuritydenied.com your case is the most important case.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.