How to Prove Your Chronic Pain Qualifies You for Disability Benefits
If it’s severe enough, chronic pain can put most things in your life on hold. That includes being able to work and earn a living. Then your finances spiral downward. But this is how you can continue to support yourself and focus on your health and your life: income from Social Security Disability benefits. The problem is, with a condition like chronic regional pain syndrome—sometimes called complex regional pain syndrome—it’s hard to prove to Social Security that the pain you’re feeling rules out working. And that’s exactly what you need to prove. In this chart from the Social Security Disability attorneys at Bothwell & Hamill, see how to make your case to Social Security with chronic pain. Bothwell & Hamill helps people win benefits in Yakima, Kennewick, Sunnyside, Spokane, Richland, Ellensburg, Wenatchee, Walla Walla and all across Central Washington.
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