Trenton Chronic Pain Disability Benefits Lawyer

Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyer

Are you unable to work because of chronic pain? You may not be able to pinpoint the exact cause of your pain, but if you are unable to work, a Trenton chronic pain disability benefits attorney can help. At the offices of Robert Paulbeck, Attorney at Law, we protect the rights of chronic pain victims. Whether you suffer from fibromyalgia, back issues or some other source of chronic pain, we can help.

No attorney fees until we win your case. Contact a caring and compassionate law firm today.

Working with pain is not just difficult, it can be impossible. Luckily, the Social Security Administration (SSA) understands this. Without a specific condition to diagnose, however, it is harder to qualify for benefits for chronic pain. The pain has to last at least 12 months before you are eligible for benefits.

Whether you are preparing your initial application for benefits or you want to appeal a denial, we can help you through the process. Providing caring and compassionate counsel for our clients, we will closely document your pain and prepare a brief or summary for court that creates a clear link between your pain and your inability to work. We help clients who suffer pain from a wide range of ailments, including:

If you are experiencing pain, it is very important that you seek treatment from a physician. We can help you get access to care from a free clinic, but you need to document your pain to collect evidence for your case. It is our job to take the information from your physician and show the SSA that you are unable to work.

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If you are unable to work in Michigan because of chronic pain, do not hesitate to get help. There are no attorney fees for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income cases until we get you the benefits you deserve. Our Trenton offices are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and we offer evening appointments. Call 734-692-3225 or contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.