In your search for a back disability attorney you will want to ask how familiar your attorney is with back disabilities.
A back disability can leave a person realizing how much they use their back on the job. As a back disability attorney I have seen the Dr. tell the client that they need back surgery, and may not be able to return to their job. Unfortunately after the first back surgery many of my clients discover that they can no longer work at all, as a back disability attorney I have seen this so many times. Just having mobility can be an issue for many back injury clients who have surgery, many clients have to use assistants in walking, or have to take pain medication.
The damage and surgery to the spine and back can range from ruptured discs; scoliosis; harrington rod implant; stimulator implant; spinal fusion, and many other types of surgery and damages to the spine and back. A back surgery is a very serious situation, and letting social security disability know about it is very important. In my experiences as a back disability attorney I understand that even after surgery many people cant go back to work.
It can be a scary time when the realization strikes that you can no longer work due to your back condition, however here at my office I have helped many back injury clients and understand how I need to handle your claim. I can help you at the initial application level or after you receive your denial letter from social security disability, it does not cost anymore money to have me help you from the initial application level, and of course there is never an up front fee for my service, and you do not owe me any money should I not win your claim, that is a promise from me, Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq. the founder and owner of this office.
I will review your medical records, (and consult with medical professionals should that be necessary) and let social security know about your back injury, and what type of surgery was performed on your back along with any hardware that was put into your back, and or any type of medical device implanted or used in your surgery, it is important to convey to social security disability the seriousness of your back surgery, and or multiple back surgeries.
Please give me a call, if you can’t come to me, I will come to you.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.