Lawyers For Neck Injury Disability Cases
A neck injury, much like a back injury, can be debilitating for anyone. However, because so many applications for disability benefits are for these problems, there are very specific requirements that need to be met to qualify. If your neck pain is severe enough to prevent you from earning more than $1,000 a month for more than 12 months, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
It is important to work with an experienced disability attorney who understands the impairment requirements for neck injury and knows the correct information to submit with an application or an appeal. More than 70 percent of applications are denied because of a lack of proper documentation. Call us at or 888-351-0427 toll free, or use our free case evaluation form.
At Midwest Disability, P.A., our sole focus is on helping people throughout the Midwest obtain disability benefits. We understand how hard it can be to “work through the pain.” Our lawyers have decades of experience handling these claims and will represent you from initial application, all the way through an appeal.
Proving Disability For Neck Injury
A neck injury can be caused by anything from housework to being in a car or sports accident. Because of this widespread of causes and symptoms, the Social Security Administration looks for very specific information when matching your disability to their list of impairments.
Our attorneys look at the way your injury affects your ability to work and function on a daily basis. We investigate all of this thoroughly to determine the type of disability you have and to acquire the correct documentation from your doctors to submit with your application or appeal.
Our law firm has experience with the following neck injuries:
- Neck pain
- Degenerative disk disease
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Herniated disks
If You Have Injured Your Neck And Cannot Work, Our Disability Attorneys Can Help
Contact our office at 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.