Social Security Disability Lawyers For Fibromyalgia Claims
Representing people with Chronic Pain due to Fibromyalgia
For decades, people suffering from the effects of fibromyalgia were left to suffer in silence, with many assuming their pain was “all in their head.” In recent years, fibromyalgia sufferers have started receiving the acknowledgement they deserve from the medical community as well as society as a whole. It is now a condition listed as a potentially qualified ailment by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
At Midwest Disability, we represent people who can’t work due to fibromyalgia or chronic pain, helping them apply for and obtain disability benefits. As a law firm, we are focused solely on disability claims, and we provide a comprehensive range of services. From helping you prepare your initial application to arguing your case before an appeals court, we are committed to helping you obtain the benefits you deserve. We have even argued disability cases before the United States Supreme Court.
An Unpredictable Illness
One of the most difficult aspects of fibromyalgia for those suffering from the illness is the unpredictability of the pain and fatigue. There may be many days where no symptoms are present, while other days the pain will prevent a victim from going to work and performing the functions of their job.
As with other physical and mental impairments, if your fibromyalgia causes you to miss more than two unscheduled days per month, you are considered disabled and should be able to qualify for disability benefits.
Honest Is the Best Policy
Even though you will need convincing medical evidence and documentation to win a Social Security Disability claim, the last thing you should do is mislead or lie to a doctor about your condition. Our advice is to be completely honest about your symptoms and what you are going through, which will lead to an accurate diagnosis of your condition as well as solid information we can use in crafting your case.
Experienced, Successful Attorneys Who Care
We handle all disability cases on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we obtain benefits. To arrange a free consultation with a knowledgeable fibromyalgia attorney, contact us online or call our firm directly at 888-351-0427.