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Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits for your Back Pain

Obviously, back pain is pain that you feel in your back. This back pain can come from your bones, joints, nerves, muscles or other structures in your spine.
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Back pain is one of the most frequent complaints that people have. In the United States, acute low back pain (lumbago) is the fifth most common reason for a doctor’s visit.  Somewhere around 9 out of 10 adults go through back pain at some time in their life.  Around 5 out of 10 working adults deal with back pain every year. There are several different effects that back pain can have on you. Some of these are: In addition to the above listed effects, back pain can be felt constantly or intermittently. It can range in intensity from mild to extremely severe. Back pain can be felt in your neck and may radiate into your hand and arm. It can be in your upper or lower back and may radiate into your foot or leg. Back pain can be debilitating. In fact, the effects of back pain may become so severe that you are no longer able to work. Back pain and/or complications along with or resulting from it may have become the reason for you or a loved one’s disability. If this describes you or your loved one’s situation, you may need help. You may be searching for financial assistance. Who can you turn to for help? Where will the financial assistance that you or your loved one need come from? Who is going to help you? Have you or your loved one thought about applying for Social Security disability benefits or disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability caused by back pain and/or complications along with or resulting from it? Have you or your loved one already done this and been denied by the Social Security Administration? You may be wondering what to do next? What options do you have? Do you have any recourse? One step that you or your loved one can take is to appeal the denial by the Social Security Administration. If you decide to do this, here is something for you to think about. You or your loved one might need the help and assistance of a disability lawyer like the one you will find at to guide and direct you in what can be a long and arduous process. The reason why this is true is because people who have a disability attorney on their side are approved more often than those people who do not have a lawyer representing them. Do not hesitate. This may affect you or your loved one for the rest of your life. Contact the disability attorney at, today.
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