Implant Stimulator for Chronic Back Pain

Given that so many of my clients have severe chronic pain, this article from Popular Science may give some hope. Perhaps this, or something similar will one day save so many people from such debilitating pain.

Apparently it works by keeping the pain signals from reaching your brain, thus you never feel a thing. Perhaps no drugs needed!

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Social Security Disability and SSI

Overview

If you are no longer able to work because of a medical condition or disability, and you are interested in finding out more about social security, please contact us or set up an appointment online today.

We routinely handle all aspects of a social security case, the application, appeals, and hearings before Administrative Law Judges. As set by law, we do not take a fee of any kind whatsoever unless you obtain SSI or Social Security Disability. Please see our Social Security FAQ for more information.

Location

We handle Social Security cases in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Florida.

Contingency Fee

All of our social security cases are done on a contingency fee basis. We do not take a fee unless we are successful in obtaining your benefits. We also do not require any upfront fees or expenses.

Process for Obtaining Benefits

Applying:

If you are considering applying for Social Security please contact us to fully discuss your options. If we take your case, we will help you apply and walk you through the entire process of obtaining your benefits.

Denied:

If you have been denied and you would like help please contact us to discuss your situation and assist you with the appeal process. Remember you only have sixty days from the date of your denial to appeal the decision. If you have already been denied, please have all of your documents with you at your consultation. The most important document is the actual denial letter itself.

Hearing:

If you have been denied and are soon facing a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge, please contact us to discuss your situation and ask any questions you may have about the process. It is vitally important that you do not wait until the last minute before your hearing to contact us.  There are dozens of tasks that typically have to be completed before you go to the hearing. As soon as you are denied for the second time, it is absolutely imperative to contact a lawyer to adequately prepare.

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