Social Security Disability For Debilitating Spinal Injuries
Put Our Experience To Work For You And Your Social Security Disability Claim
The road to obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits is never easy, even if you have a severe back injury, neck injury or other irreparable spinal cord damage. As the applicant, it falls upon you to prove your disability by demonstrating that your condition prevents you from working and by meeting certain medical requirements.
You don’t have to face the SSD application process alone. Instead, entrust your claim to the capable New York attorneys at Turley Redmond Rosasco & Rosasco, L.L.P. From our six locations throughout Long Island, we assist clients with all aspects of their claims, from the initial application to hearings and appeals. In the past 25 years, we have helped more than 10,000 people obtain the SSD benefits they needed and deserved.
Common Spinal Injuries And Conditions
Our legal team has secured benefits for clients with a wide range of permanent neck, back and spinal cord conditions, including:
- Spinal injury
- Partial paralysis
- Spinal disorders
- Herniated/ruptured disk
- Spinal stenosis
- Compression fractures
- Spinal fusion
- Artificial disk replacement
Experienced SSD Attorneys With You At Every Step
Even with legal representation, the majority of SSD claims are turned down at the initial application stage. It is important not to become discouraged, and to quickly move your case to the next level, which is a disability hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ). Our lawyers have a successful track record at this phase. Our team will custom-tailor your claim to suit your situation as well as the ALJ hearing your case to improve your chances of obtaining benefits. We also will fully prepare you for your testimony and be present as your advocate at the hearing.
Contact Turley Redmond Rosasco & Rosasco, L.L.P., at 877-693-2529 to schedule your free initial claim evaluation. Or if you prefer, send us an online message and tell us about your case.