Pennsylvania Fibromyalgia Disability Lawyer
Pain. Anxiety. Inability to concentrate. These are just a few of the debilitating symptoms of Fibromyalgia, a painful disorder that dramatically reduces an individual’s ability to perform basic work functions. If you are suffering from this serious disability, you may experience a significantly altered quality of life. Fortunately, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is available for qualified applicants with Fibromyalgia. If you suffer from this disease, you might be eligible to receive benefits, which can provide you with financial support to cover your lost income due to your inability to work.
Obtaining SSDI benefits is not always a smooth or simple process, but a knowledgeable lawyer can help you ensure that your application is correct and file an appeal if necessary. Contact the Pennsylvania Fibromyalgia Disability Lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams to determine if you qualify.
Find Out if You Qualify for Benefits
If you suffer from Fibromyalgia you will need to show that your level of impairment has stopped you from working steadily. You must be able to describe, in detail, the symptoms that you experience daily. Fibromyalgia is predominately characterized by chronic pain that radiates out from tender areas such as the chest, hips, knees, neck, shoulders, and other zones. However, there are a variety of other symptoms that can affect a person suffering from this disorder, such as the following:
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Muscle spasms
- Sleep disturbance
- Heightened pain response to pressure, known as allodynia
Many patients also display a significant level of cognitive dysfunction that limits their attention span and ability to focus on tasks, known as “fibro fog.” A qualified SSD lawyer from Lowenthal & Abrams knows how to show why you cannot work at any job, improving your chances to obtain the benefits to which you are entitled.
We Can Help
If you are considering filing for SSDI benefits, consult with one of our SSDI lawyers so you have the best chance of getting the financial assistance you may deserve. Contact us, for a free consultation to discuss the details of your case with an experienced and caring Fibromyalgia disability attorney at Lowenthal & Abrams.