For many people in Mobile, Alabama a typical day at work involves physically lifting and handling heavy loads. Those people are always at the risk of suffering a back, neck or spinal cord injury. Again, people whose work does not usually require them to physically handle heavy loads may also suffer an injury because of a sudden jerk to the back, for example, while lifting something heavy like a piece of luggage. Additionally, accidents such as slip-and-falls can also lead to an agonizing back or spinal cord injury.
Whatever the cause, there are chances that a neck, back or spinal cord injury is so severe that a person is unable to work any further. Fortunately, the Social Security Administration acknowledges the gravity of such injuries and, therefore, covers those under the Social Security Disability Insurance program. However, in spite of all the rules, regulations and clear definitions being in place, obtaining SSD benefits for disabling neck, back or spinal cord injuries is rarely an easy task.
That is where the attorneys at Gardberg & Kemmerly, P.C. can help you. With years of experience in dealing with SSD claims, denials and appeals, our attorneys have substantial knowledge of the system, which can help lodge a successful SSD benefits claim. In the event of a denial, the attorneys at the firm can help you successfully navigate the Social Security appeals process. We achieve that by gathering all necessary medical evidence that establishes both the disability and the resulting inability to work.
In order to achieve the desired outcome, the attorneys at Gardberg & Kemmerly, P.C. request applicants to undergo certain tests in order to gather evidence that highlights the extent of an injury. By employing a combination of medical reports and the understanding of the SSA's medical eligibility criteria, the attorneys are able to build a case backed by strong evidence that the SSA cannot dismiss easily.