Benefits For Back Injuries

Disability claims for back injuries are abundant. The Social Security Administration (SSA) heavily scrutinizes disability claims for back injuries of any type. Back injuries, along with neck and spinal cord injuries, are some of the most common types of physical impairment claims the SSA reviews. More than 70 percent of initial disability claims are denied. Call us whether you have been denied or are applying for the first time.

If you have been diagnosed with a severe back injury, consult with our experienced attorneys as soon as possible. Applying for benefits is a complicated process, requiring you to jump through a series of hoops, and medical diagnosis is a necessity.

At Midwest Disability, P.A., we work hard to limit your risk and reduce the burdens placed on your shoulders. We focus on obtaining disability benefits for our clients, and we can walk you through every step of the process to ensure your claim is comprehensive and thoroughly documented. We can represent your best interests through any appeal.

Call our firm today at 763-447-4103 or 888-351-0427 toll free to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney. You may also complete a free case evaluation online for prompt response.

How Your Injured Back Affects Your Ability To Work

If any of the following conditions limit your ability to perform substantial gainful activity or work for at least one year, you may be eligible for disability benefits:

  • Back sprains
  • Herniated disk
  • Ruptured disk
  • Bulging disk
  • Low back pain
  • Degenerative disk disease
  • Arthritis
  • Ankylosing spondylitis

Don't give up! You are entitled to benefits if your impairment meets the requirements of the SSA. We can help you and your eligible family members secure the benefits you need.

Contact Our Disability Benefits Lawyers

Contact our office at 763-447-4103 or 888-351-0427  toll free. Our back injury disability attorneys handle all cases on a contingency fee basis. Our fees are capped and reviewed by the SSA, and you pay no attorney fees unless and until we recover benefits on your behalf.