Spinal Cord Injury? Our Disability Attorneys Can Help.

A spinal cord injury doesn't just cause pain. It also prevents different parts of the body from functioning properly. Depending on the type and severity of your spinal cord injury, working may be impossible. If your injury will prevent you from being able to work for 12 months or longer, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

Back, neck and spinal cord injuries are among the most common claims the Social Security Administration (SSA) deals with. Because of this, the list of impairments and the documentation required to prove them are very specific. If your application does not include the proper information, it will be denied. Working with an experienced disability lawyer can help improve your chances of being accepted.

At Midwest Disability, P.A., we dedicate ourselves to obtaining benefits for people who suffer from disabilities. Focusing on this particular area of law gives us insight into what the SSA is looking for, as well as the inner-workings of the system. Our decades of experience have helped us build good working relationships with many people in the system.

Has your application for disability been denied? Don't worry, you're among the majority. More than 70 percent of initial applications are denied. Let our attorneys help you with your application or your appeal. Call us at 763-447-4103 or 888-351-0427 toll free, or fill out our free case evaluation form.

Spinal Cord Injuries And Disability Claims

Because spinal cord injuries result in everything from pain and numbness to paralysis, having the appropriate documentation for your condition is absolutely necessary. Our attorneys have forms designed to help your doctors give us the specific information we need to pursue benefits on your behalf, from initial application through to an appeal.

Our law firm helps people with these and other spinal cord injuries:

  • Spinal stenosis
  • Paralysis
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal nerve root compression
  • Spinal fusion
  • Degenerative disk disease
  • Spinal cord compression

If You Can't Work Because Of A Spinal Injury, Our Disability Attorneys Can Help

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