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The Role of Legal Representation in Disability Claims

Navigating the process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can be overwhelming, particularly for individuals dealing with a medical disability that hinders their ability to work.

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Individuals with partial or complete blindness may be able to qualify for Social Security benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) requires the vision loss to be quite significant to qualify. If you don't meet the SSA's standard, you may still be able to receive disability benefits through a medical-vocational allowance.

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Knee Disorders

Knee pain can occur at any time, from sports injuries to car accidents, and can drastically limit your mobility. Additionally, chronic pain can make it difficult to perform continuous work duties. While minor issues such as sprains can heal on their own, others may require surgery.

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Hip Disorders

The hip is one of the largest joints in the body, and a problem with this joint can cause discomfort and make it difficult to perform everyday tasks. For some individuals, their hip conditions can be severe, making it impossible to work.

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Spine Disorders

Every day our spines encounter a tremendous amount of stress which can result in neck or back pain. For those that suffer from spine disorders, the pain can be disabling. Spinal disorders are among the most common conditions for disability benefits and can affect your ability to maintain full-time employment.

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