Fibromyalgia Social Security Disability Claims Attorneys
FIBROMYALGIA AND SSA DISABILITY REQUIREMENTS
Fibromyalgia (sometimes referred to as fibromyositis) can be a challenging case to prove before the Social Security Administration, but at the Law Office of Charles E. Binder and Harry J. Binder, we are ready to fight for our clients. We have achieved a record of success in winning disability cases for those who have fibromyalgia, as well as many other disabling conditions.
Unfortunately, there is no diagnostic test for Fibromyalgia. The diagnosis is one of exclusion. This means that your doctor may have ruled out other diagnoses and your symptoms match those of a Fibromyalgia diagnosis. The disease is marked by long-term pain throughout the body, including the muscles, joints and soft tissue. Sufferers often feel extreme fatigue, joint stiffness, sleep disturbance and often depression - so much so that they cannot hold down a normal, competitive five-day-a-week, eight-hour-a-day job.
Fibromyalgia and the SSA
A fibromyalgia diagnosis can challenge those trying to get SSD benefits. One is the nature of the disease and disability. Fibromyalgia and its causes are not yet clearly understood, so sometimes examiners are unable to classify these cases, and sometimes doubts are raised about its existence. If your diagnosis of fibromyalgia is keeping you from working, the Social Security Disability attorneys at the Law Office of Charles E. Binder and Harry J. Binder may be able to help.
Many of our clients suffer with fibromyalgia in addition to another serious illness or disability, like orthopedic injuries or other musculoskeletal problems. If you suffer from more than one illness or type of pain, we will make sure to keep the complete picture in perspective when helping you fill out your Social Security Disability forms. This will increase your chance of winning your disability benefits.
Medical record documentation of doctor's appointments, medications and treatment, and treating doctors' opinions are essential to proving you are actually affected by fibromyalgia and eligible for fibromyalgia disability benefits. A Social Security Disability Attorney from the Law Office of Charles E. Binder and Harry J. Binder can advise you on what sort of documentation you need to win your fibromyalgia disability benefits claim.
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