Does a Physical Disorder Prevent You From Working?
Most of the people we talk to at our law firm want to work, but they cannot. If a physical disorder or injury keeps you from being able to do your job, or if you are unable to work full time because of a physical disability, speak with J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, about your Social Security disability rights.
Social Security is an earned benefit. It was deducted from your paycheck and you were promised benefits if you became unable to work. If you are now unable to work full time and have been denied benefits, contact an experienced SSD lawyer about your rights.
- We can help prove your case. If you cannot work full time because of a physical disorder, Attorneys J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi gather the documentation to prove your disability. They also requests opinions from your doctors, which are extremely important in expediting your appeal. The law offices of J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, know how to obtain the necessary evidence from your medical providers and how to present that evidence effectively.
- What types of disorders qualify? Any physical disorder or injury that keeps you from being able to work full time can qualify. Impairments and injuries which often prevent people from working full time include spinal injuries and diseases, degenerative joint disease, upper and lower extremity injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, hip pain, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, heart attack, angina, peripheral vascular disease (PVD), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), chronic venous insufficiency, lymphedema, asthma, COPD, emphysema, low vision, stroke, kidney disease, liver disease, Crohn’s disease, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, lupus, Raynaud’s disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, cancer, scleroderma and rheumatoid arthritis. Any physical disorder or injury, which prevents you from working full time, can qualify you for Social Security disability benefits.
Attorneys J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi and their staff have extensive experience with the disability regulations and the local judges. All relevant medical evidence will be gathered quickly and efficiently and additional evidence will be requested from your doctors to expedite your appeal. The law office of J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, wants you to have the benefits you have earned and that you deserve.
Call our law firm and ask for a free consultation. Your attorney fee is only paid after your case is won.