Common Disabling Hip Issues
Some common hip issues that can be disabling include:
- Failed hip replacements
- Arthritis and related degenerative diseases
- Fractured pelvis/femur
If your hip joints have been injured and are causing pain, you may find your ability to handle working or daily tasks being severely impaired. When the ability to work is impaired, disability benefits can offer much-needed stability.
The Social Security Administration requires very specific medical evidence of disability to grant an application for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. We can help you build an application for disability benefits that will present an effective case for you.
More Than 50 Years Of Experience Dedicated Solely To Helping Disabled Individuals Secure The Benefits They Deserve
At Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd., we know that hip injuries can leave individuals without an ability to earn an income. SSD and SSI benefits can offer real relief to those who are facing the challenges presented by a hip injury. Our attorneys have extensive experience and a track record of success that stretches back for decades. We understand how to build highly effective disability benefits applications.
Attorney Jeffrey A. Rabin has appeared on numerous radio and television programs including 60 Minutes where his depth of knowledge on Social Security Disability issues provided real insight.
Contact The Libertyville Hip Injury And Disability Attorneys Of Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd.
If you are living with the impact of a hip injury, you need to make sure that you have access to every available resource that can help you face the challenges that confront you. Having a skilled and experienced lawyer to help you navigate the SSD and SSI disability benefits process can be invaluable. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Social Security Disability attorneys, call 847-299-0008, toll free at 888-529-0600 or simply contact us online.
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we charge no money up front and no hourly fees. Our fees must be approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA), and must comply with VA guidelines. We file our fee agreement with the VA and SSA in every case.