Orthopedic Conditions

Orthopedic injuries affect the bones and joints. Recovering from an orthopedic injury can take a long time. Sometimes, you don’t recover. This can make daily life difficult and can dramatically limit your ability to work. Many types of orthopedic injuries and conditions make it impossible to work. These include osteoarthritis, fractures, avascular necrosis, gout, foot problems, hand problems, tendinitis, bursitis, spasmodic torticollis and osteomyelitis, to name a few. With any of these conditions, it can be difficult to win Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. The Social Security Administration requires proof of your disability. It takes experience to know what evidence the Social Security Administration considers important. A diagnosis of your injury or condition is rarely enough to prove disability.

At the Charles T. Hall Law Firm in North Carolina, we have helped thousands of SSDI and SSI claimants obtain their Social Security Disability benefits. We can help you, too! We will work with you to learn about the medical treatment you receive, the doctors you see, and the specific impairments caused by your pain. You are going through a lot right now. There is no need for you to struggle with learning all there is to know about the Social Security Administration system. We will walk you through the process and do as much of the leg work as possible to get your claim approved.

If you feel that you are unable to return to work as a result of an orthopedic injury or condition, give us a call today or fill out the form to your right. It won’t cost you a penny! What have you got to lose? We look forward to working with you.