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Can I get Social Security Disability for a back or spine injury?

The Social Security Administration provides a listing of impairments that describes major diseases and impairments and their corresponding symptoms that the government considers automatically disabling. In order to qualify for a disability, these listed conditions must have lasted for at least 12 months and should be backed up by medical records reporting diagnosis and attempted treatment. Disability claimants who meet or exceed a listing are most likely to win their disability claim. If a claimant does not meet or equal or a listing they are still eligible, however proving they do not have the residual capacity to work can be much more difficult.

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You can learn more about the Social Security process on our website www.lrwlawfirm.com. If you would like to discuss your claim for Social Security Disability benefits with a local Nashville attorney, call Ann Tycer today at 615-256-8880.

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