Can I get Social Security Disability for my neck pain?

Can I get Social Security Disability for my neck pain? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your neck pain. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on neck pain and the second way is to show that due to your physical restrictions … Continued

Doctors Charging High Fees to Fill Out Forms

This article is out of Hawaii but we experience the same problems here in Georgia. The best way to prove disability is to get a form filled out by your doctor. Unfortunately, many doctors will either refuse to fill out a form or will charge an a ridiculously high price to fill out a form. … Continued

Can I get Social Security Disability for my herniated disc?

Can I get Social Security Disability for my herniated disc? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your herniated disc. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on herniated discs and the second way is to show that due to your physical restrictions … Continued

Can I get Social Security Disability for my hip arthritis?

Can I get Social Security Disability for my hip arthritis? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your hip arthritis. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on hip arthritis and the second way is to show that due to your physical restrictions … Continued

Can I get Social Security Disability for my broken hip?

Can I get Social Security Disability for my broken hip? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your broken hip. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on broken hip and the second way is to show that due to your physical restrictions … Continued

Can I get Social Security Disability for my knee pain?

Can I get Social Security Disability for my knee pain? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your knee pain. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on knee pain and the second way is to show that due to your physical restrictions … Continued