Suffering From Chronic Pain, You May Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits

Although the reasons for chronic pain aren't always easy to diagnose, the effect on your life is very real. People suffering with medical conditions such as fibromyalgia, back problems or reflex sympathetic dystrophy know how difficult it is to make it through a day. Performing job tasks at work often becomes impossible.

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Chronic pain may be symptomatic of a serious medical condition that prevents you from holding a job. You may be eligible for benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

For two decades, I have been helping people successfully file for Social Security benefits when they are out of work because of long-term chronic pain and other debilitating medical conditions. At Levine Law, LLC, you won't become just another case file. If you are unable to work because of a disability, I can help. I know the suffering you are enduring, and I understand how important Social Security benefits are to your family.

Contact me today. From the first time we meet during your free consultation, you will find me compassionate, assertive and ready to start helping you with your initial claim or appeal.

"Chronic pain is real, but it is often difficult to diagnose. Getting your claim through the administrative process requires thorough preparation and experience. I will work aggressively to help you get the benefits you need." — Pamela Levine

I represent clients who are seeking Social Security benefits for chronic pain resulting from medical conditions, such as:

Why It's Important to File Now

To qualify for Social Security Disability, an applicant typically must have a condition that has lasted or is expected to last for at least a year. Do not wait for a year to pass before filing your application. Getting an attorney on your side right away is important. Start the process as soon as you have received a medical diagnosis.

I represent clients in communities throughout the country, including New Jersey and the New York City metro region. Contact me today.