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Below is a representative sampling of real results from our clients.  If you have a debilitating condition that prohibits you from working, contact us to speak with one of our experienced disability attorneys today.

Degenerative Disc Disease; Right Inguinal Hernia

James A. is a 33 year old individual who was denied disability benefits in Pennsylvania based upon a claim of degenerative disc disease in the lumbar spinal area and a right inguinal hernia.

James presented to our office with complaints of right-sided groin pain and lower back pain with difficulty in daily activities including performing household chores and social activities. James’ prior work history was that of unskilled physical laborer in the construction business. This office assumed representation of James and was successful in obtaining both disability and SSI benefits for him.

Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease; Depression; Mitral Regurgitation; Concentric Left Ventricular Hypertrophy

Norman B., a personal between the ages of 50-54 years old, classified by Social Security as approaching advanced age, was denied disability benefits in New Jersey based upon a claim of hypertension, lumbar degenerative disc disease, Mitral Regurgitation, Concentric Left Ventricular Hypertrophy, and depression. Norman also had a history of substance abuse. Norman B. had limited previous work history doing generally unskilled work. At the time of our meeting, Norman had complaints of shortness of breath, back pain, depression, and difficulty sleeping. This office assumed representation of Norman and was successful in helping him obtain benefits.

Lumbosacral Degenerative Disc Disease; Status Post Surgery; Cervical Spine Degenerative Disc Disease with Radiculopathy; Fibromyalgia

Robin C. is a 50-54 year old individual classified by Social Security as approaching advanced age who was denied benefits in Pennsylvania based upon a claim of lumbosacral degenerative disc disease, status post surgery, cervical spine degenerative disc disease with radiculopathy and fibromyalgia. Robin C. had a primary work history as an Administrator in the financial industry. At the time of the meeting with Robin, she complained of severe leg pain and numbness radiating down her left leg. She further felt like her legs were weak and had difficulties sitting, bending, lifting, twisting and standing. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Robin.

Adjustment Disorder; Depressive Disorder; Anxiety; Histrionic Personality Traits; Lumbar Disc Disease; Raynauds Disease

Molena C. is an individual under the age of 50 (defined by Social Security as a younger individual). Her primary work history was as a day care worker/babysitter. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania based upon a claim of severe anxiety and back pain as well as numbness in her hands and feet. Her diagnoses included adjustment disorder, depressive disorder, anxiety, histrionic personality traits, lumbar disc disease and Raynauds disease. We assumed representation and we were successful in obtaining benefits for Molena C.

Disorders of the Spine; Post-Laminectomy at L3-4 along with Peripheral Neuropathies; Morbid Obesity

Valanna D. is an individual under the age of 50 (classified by Social Security as a younger individual). She had primarily a generally unskilled work history. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania based upon complaints of numbness and tingling in her hands as well as difficulty in sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Her diagnoses included disorders of the spine, post-laminectomy at L3-4 along with peripheral neuropathies and morbid obesity. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Valana D.

Hypertrophic Cardio-Myopathy; Recurring Migraine Headaches

Michael D. is an individual between 50-54 years of age, classified by Social Security as closely approaching advanced age. His prior work history is primarily that of an insurance agent/owner. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania upon a claim of complaints of shortness of breath accompanied by chest pain and frequent headaches. His primary diagnoses included hypertrophic cardio-myopathy with recurring migraine headaches. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Michael D.

Ileoanala Anastomosis with Residual Bowel Incontinence, Episodic Vertigo, Severe Spinal Stenosis at L4 -L5 and L5-S1, and Degenerative Disc Disease

Debra A. is an individual under the age of 50 and is classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She came to our office after being denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Her primary work history was as an LPN and thereafter an RN. At the time of our meeting, her primary complaints were severe stomach pain, residual bowel incontinence, episodic dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, and paresthesia in her hands and feet. Her primary diagnoses were that of ileoanala anastomosis with residual bowel incontinence, episodic vertigo, severe spinal stenosis at L4 and L5 and L5-S1, and degenerative disc disease. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Debra A.

Bipolar Disorder; Anxiety Disorder; History of Poly-Substance Abuse in Remission; Personality Disorder; Herniation of Lumbar Disc at L5-S1 with Chronic Bilateral Low Back Pain.

Barbara E. is an individual under the age of 50 and is classified by Social Security as a younger individual.

She came to our office after being denied benefits in Pennsylvania. At the time of our meeting, her primary complaints were anxiety, panic attacks, as well as chronic pain in her low back and bilateral lower extremities. Her impairments included bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, history of poly-substance abuse in remission, personality disorder, herniation of lumbar disc at L5-S1 with chronic bilateral low back pain. We were successful in helping Barbara E. obtain benefits.

MRSA Infections; Asthma; Bipolar Affective Disorder

Rose F. is an individual under the age of 50 and is classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of MRSA infections, asthma, lack of concentration, and anxiety. Her prior work history was a hairdresser and she had difficulty with attendance. Her primary diagnoses was that of MRSA infections, asthma, and bipolar affective disorder. We were successful in helping Rose obtain benefits.

Rheumatoid Arthritis; Obesity

Theresa F. is an individual between the ages of 50-54 classified by Social Security as an individual closely approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office. Her primary complaints were that of joint pain, pain in the bilateral fingers and hands as well as pain while sitting and standing. Her primary diagnoses were that of rheumatoid arthritis and obesity. We were able to obtain benefits for Theresa.

Degenerative Joint Disease of bilateral Knees; Obesity

Patricia F. is over the age of 54 which is classified by Social Security as an individual of advanced age. She came to our office after being denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Her complaints included knee pain and back pain. Her primary diagnoses were degenerative joint disease of the knees and obesity. We were successful in helping Patricia obtain benefits.

Degenerative Disc Disease with Radiculopathy

Ruthann G. is between the ages of 50-54 which is classified by Social Security as an individual closely approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of neck pain radiating through her arms as well as pain in her hands and fingers. Her diagnoses included Degenerative Disc Disease, primarily cervical, with radiculopathy. Her primary work history was as an administrative assistant and account checker. We were successful in helping Ruthann obtain benefits.

Anxiety; Major Depressive Disorder; Bilateral Knee Arthritis; PTSD with Morbid Obesity

Lisa G. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of severe anxiety and depression and severe knee pain. Her prior work history was sporadic where she worked at generally unskilled jobs for limited periods of time. Her primary impairment was that of anxiety and depression, bilateral knee arthritis, major depressive disorder and PTSD with morbid obesity. We were successful in helping Lisa obtain benefits.

Hand Pain; Residual Pain from Diabetes

Gary R. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as closely approaching advanced age. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. He came to our office with complaints of foot and hand pain and other residual pain from Diabetes. His prior work history was that of a Deputy Sheriff and Security Guard. We were successful in helping Gary obtain benefits.

Coronary Artery Disease; Restrictive Lung Disease; Degenerative Disc Disease; Lumbar Spine Disease; Obesity; Anxiety; Migraine Headaches

Karen H. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of depression, anxiety, chest pain, fatigue, lumbar back pain, and migraine headaches. Her diagnoses included coronary artery disease, restrictive lung disease, degenerative disc disease, lumbar spine disease, obesity, anxiety, and migraine headaches. Her primary work history was primarily that of a licensed practical nurse and office worker. We were successful in helping Karen to obtain benefits.

Right Hip Dysfunction

Eric H. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual with a very limited work history due to incarceration. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. He came to our office with complaints of right hip pain. His diagnoses was that of major dysfunction of his right hip. We were successful in helping Eric obtain benefits.

Seizure Disorder; Borderline Intellectual Functioning

Michael H. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. His primary complaints included uncontrolled seizures including nocturnal seizures. He also suffered with a learning disability. He had no prior work history. His diagnoses were that of seizure disorder and borderline intellectual functioning. We were successful in helping Michael obtain benefits.

Idiopathic Disautonomia

Nancy H. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as an individual closely approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of overwhelming weakness, lightheadedness, fatigue, heart racing, chest tightness, and dizziness. Her diagnoses included idiopathic disautonomia. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Nancy.

Cervical Spine Post-Laminectomy Syndrome; Cervical Spine Degenerative Disc Disease; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder with Disassociated Symptoms; Panic Disorder; Adjustment Disorder; Depression

John H. is is under the age of 50, classified as a younger individual by Social Security. John was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. He came to our office with complaints of severe lower back pain radiating through his legs along with depression and anxiety. His primary work history was that of a physical laborer. His impairments included cervical spine post-laminectomy syndrome, cervical spine degenerative disc disease, post-traumatic stress disorder with disassociated symptoms, panic disorder, and adjustment disorder with depression. We were successful in helping John obtain benefits.

Left Knee Dysfunction; Cerebral Palsy; Substance Addiction in Remission

Theresa L. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social security as an individual approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of left knee pain and lack of dexterity in both her left and right hands. Her past relevant work history was that of a teacher. Her primary diagnoses included major dysfunction of her left knee, Cerebral Palsy, as well as substance addiction disorder, in remission. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Theresa.

Cervical Radiculopathy

Patricia L. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of chronic pain in her neck and right shoulder with persistent numbness in her right hand. Her primary diagnoses included cervical radiculopathy. We were successful in obtaining benefits for Patricia.

Traumatic Brain Injury; Adjustment Disorder; Personality Disorder; Cannabis Use, Occasional

Chad L. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Chad came to our office complaining of difficulty learning, concentrating, with extreme anxiety, panic and mood disorders. Chad’s work history was sporadic doing primarily unskilled physical work. His primary diagnoses included traumatic brain injury, adjustment disorder, personality disorder, and cannabis use, occasional. We were successful in helping Chad obtain benefits.

Panic Disorder; Depressive Disorder; Herniated Nucleus Pulposus; Degenerative Disc Disease of Lumbar Spine with Radiculopathy; Lumbar Stenosis; Post-Laminectomy Syndrome; Thoracic Compression Deformity; Osteoarthritis of the Right Hip; Degenerative Disc Disease

Matthew L. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. He came to our office with complaints of lower back pain radiating into both legs along with anxiety and depression. Matthew’s primary work history was in construction. His impairments included panic disorder, depressive disorder, herniated nucleus pulposus with degenerative disc disease of the lumbar spine with radiculopathy, lumbar stenosis, post-laminectomy syndrome, thoracic compression deformity, osteoarthritis of the right hip, and degenerative joint disease. We were successful in helping Matthew obtain benefits.

Cardiac Arrhythmia

Shannon M. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as a person closely approaching advanced age. She came to our office after being denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Her complaints included shortness of breath, chest pain, heart palpitations and dizziness. Her primary diagnosis was cardiac arrhythmia. We assumed representation, although Shannon had moved to Florida. Her primary work history was that of a medical secretary. We were successful in helping Shannon obtain benefits.

Multiple Sclerosis; Degenerative Disc Disease of Lumbar Spine; Diabetes Mellitus; Obesity

Jennifer M. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She came to our office with complaints of lower back pain as well as hand pain and dexterity issues. She also suffered with equilibrium problems and fatigue. Her prior work history consisted primarily of customer service job and clerical work. Her diagnoses included Multiple Sclerosis, degenerative disc disease of the lumbar spine, Diabetes Mellitus, and obesity. We were successful in helping Jennifer obtain benefits.

Degenerative Disc Disease; Lumbar Radiculopathy; Diabetes with Peripheral Neuropathy; Obesity

Patricia M. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as a personal closely approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of intractable low back pain along with tingling in her hands and feet secondary to neuropathy. Her prior work history was as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service as well as that of a file clerk. Her diagnoses included degenerative disc disease with lumbar radiculopathy and Diabetes with peripheral neuropathy and obesity. We were successful in helping Patricia obtain benefits.

Rectal Cancer; Abdomino-Perineal Colostomy Resection; Stomach Wall Hernia Repair

Albert P. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of extreme fatigue and difficulty with bowel control. His primary diagnoses included rectal Cancer and surgery, history of abdomino-perineal colostomy resection, history of stomach wall hernia repair. We were successful in helping Albert obtain benefits.

Osteoarthritis of Bilateral Knees; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; Ganglion Cyst in Left Shoulder; Depression; Anxiety; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Bruce P.is over the age of 55 and classified by Social Security as an individual of advanced age. He was denied benefits in New Jersey. His primary complaints consisted of extreme anxiety, mood disorder, difficulty with concentration, difficulty with lifting with his non-dominant left arm as well as complaints of pain. His past work history was that of a sales manager. His primary diagnoses included osteoarthritis of knees, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ganglion cyst in left shoulder, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder. We were successful in helping Bruce obtain benefits in New Jersey.

Asthma; Bipolar Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Miryam R. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Miryam came to our office with complaints of difficulty breathing, mood swings, anxiety and depression. Her primary diagnoses included asthma, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. We were successful in helping Miryam obtain benefits.

Disorder of Spine; Peripheral Neuropathy

Laurie R. is an individual between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as an individual approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania. Laurie came to our office with complaints of significant lower back pain as well as neck pain radiating to her right upper extremity. She also complained of numbness in both hands. Her primary diagnoses included disorder of the spine and peripheral neuropathy. We were successful in helping Laurie obtain benefits.

Intermittent Explosive Disorder; Organic Mental Disorder

David R. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as an individual approaching advanced age. He was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of difficulty in understanding and focusing as well as lack of impulse control and cognitive processing issues. David had little to no prior work history. His diagnoses included intellectual disability, intermittent explosive disorder, and organic mental disorder. We were successful in helping David obtain benefits.

Lumbar and Cervical Degenerative Disc Changes; Bilateral Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Depression

Denise S. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office complaining of severe neck pain radiating to her arms along with anxiety and depression. Her past work history included an industrial truck operator, industrial cleaner and bindery worker. Her primary diagnoses included lumbar and cervical degenerative disc changes, bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome, and depression. We were successful in helping Denise obtain benefits.

Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease with Bilateral Radiculopathy; Major Depressive Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; History of Poly-Substance Dependence in Remission

Kimberly S. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and contacted our office with complaints of lower back pain with radiculopathy, primarily on her left side. She also suffered with severe anxiety and depression. Her past work history was as a cashier and other unskilled non-physical labor. Her diagnoses included lumbar degenerative disc disease with bilateral radiculopathy, major depressive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and history of poly-substance dependence in remission. We were successful in helping Kimberly obtain benefits.

Musculoskeletal Disorders including Post-Cervical and Lumbar Fusions

Marianne S. is over 55 years of age and was classified by Social Security as an individual of advanced age. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of neck and lower back pain along with numbness in her right leg, both arms and hands. Her diagnoses included musculoskeletal disorders including post-cervical and lumbar fusions. We were successful in helping Marianne obtain benefits.

Miller-Fisher Variant of Guillain Barre Support Syndrome

Lesly E. is over 55 years of age and was classified by Social Security as an individual of advanced age. She was denied benefits and came to our office complaining of a past history of double vision, unsteadiness characterized by fatigue, low stamina, persistent acute palsy and affecting sensation of foot position with hyperextension of lower extremity. She also frequently experienced tingling in her hands, eye droop and an unsteady gait. At the time of our assuming representation, all of the aforementioned were in remission. Her previous work history was as a teacher and school administrator. Her primary diagnoses included Miller-Fisher Variant of Guillain Barre Support Syndrome. We were successful in helping Lesly obtain benefits.

Vertigo; Meniere’s Disease

Daria S. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of uncontrolled dizziness and vomiting with numbness and right side tinnitus. Her previous work history was with the U.S. Postal Service. Her primary diagnoses included vertigo and Meniere’s Disease. We were successful in helping Daria obtain benefits.

Degenerative Disc Disease of Cervical Spine; Degenerative Joint Disease; Obesity

Melinda F. is between the ages of 50-54 and classified by Social Security as an individual closely approaching advanced age. She was denied benefits originally in New York where we assumed representation. Thereafter, her claim was transferred to Pennsylvania. She came to our office with complaints of left side neck pain along with radiating pain in her upper left extremity with numbness and weakness in her left hand. Her primary diagnoses was that of degenerative disc disease of the cervical spine, degenerative joint disease and obesity. We were successful in helping Melinda obtain benefits.

Degenerative Disc Disease; Arthritis

Rosanne S. is over 55 years of age and classified by Social Security as an older individual. She was denied benefits and came to our office with complaints of pain in her hands, knees, back and numbness in her feet and hands. She previously worked as a secretary, stock supervisor and mail carrier. Her primary diagnoses included degenerative disc disease and arthritis. We were successful in helping Rosanne obtain benefits.

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