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Wayne County Back Injury Disability Benefits Attorney

It can be hard to diagnose and treat back pain, but it can still be serious enough to keep you from working. If you need Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits because of a back or joint injury, obtain experienced legal counsel.

Handling SSD Claims For Clients Suffering With Back Pain

At the offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, Attorney at Law, we are committed to helping clients throughout Michigan obtain the benefits they need after suffering all types of back and joint injuries. Our Wayne County back injury disability benefits lawyer, Robert Paulbeck, has three decades of experience. He has extensive experience handling initial claims and denied claims to help individuals with back pain secure the benefits they need. He can prepare your SSD claim with the right amount of evidence to position you for the most favorable results possible.

There is no risk to contact our Wayne County SSD firm to find out if you have a valid claim. We offer free initial consultations and will not charge anything, unless Mr. Paulbeck secures compensation for you.

Helping Individuals With Chronic Back Pain Secure SSD Benefits

You do not have to suffer from a back injury or joint pain indefinitely at work to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Simple wear and tear can prevent some people from walking 30 or 40 feet without feeling pain. This chronic pain can lead to other concerns, such as depression.

Whether you are preparing your initial application or your initial claim has been denied, attorney Robert Paulbeck can help you navigate through the process to obtain the benefits you need. He provides compassionate and caring legal counsel, while thoroughly preparing every claim for a favorable resolution. He will make sure the court understands the link between your injury and your inability to work, no matter what kind of back or joint issues you may suffer from such as:

  • Herniated disk
  • Arthritis
  • Joint pain
  • Bulging disk
  • Degenerated disk
  • Degenerative disk disease

It is important to make sure you get proper medical treatment for your back pain or joint injury. In addition to helping you deal with the pain, proper medical treatment will ensure that you have the necessary evidence for court. It is much harder to make a successful claim if you are not taking steps to treat your illness.

Contact Our Skilled Trenton SSD Claim Lawyer

We are committed to helping people throughout southeast Michigan and northeastern Ohio who are unable to work because of a back injury or joint pain. We charge no fees, unless we reach a successful resolution in your case. Our Trenton law office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and we offer evening appointments as needed. Call 734-800-2699 or contact us online today for a free initial consultation.