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Social Security Benefits For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: September 21, 2015
Social Security Benefits For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

When there is an increased pressure on the nerve in your wrist you can develop a condition called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This causes numbness, tingling, weakness, pain, and swelling in your hand that can affect your ability to work. Ironically, this condition is caused from a job that requires repeatedly compressing the median nerve in the wrist area.

Many people that suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome do qualify for Social Security Disability benefits even though it is not listed in the Social Security handbook as a debilitating condition. For this reason, you should hire an experienced Los Angeles carpal tunnel syndrome attorney to handle all aspects of your Social Security Disability claim. Every claim is different and you deserve the best chances of a favorable decision.

Keep in mind that the Social Security Disability system will do everything in their power to prove that you are able to work. You should have the advice of a Social Security Disability lawyer prior to turning in your application for Social Security Disability benefits. Social Security has no problem expecting you to perform sedentary work, even if you require training for the job. Even sedentary work requires a need for manual dexterity and most of the time carpal tunnel sufferers cannot oblige.

A Social Security lawyer can help you win Social Security Disability or SSI benefits just by preparing your case and argument in conjunction with objective medical evidence. A Social Security lawyer can usually speed up the scheduling of your hearing, often without the need of an administrative law judge. The experienced Los Angeles carpal tunnel syndrome attorney will help gather medical records and assist in filling out forms, which also expedites things.

Tony Adderley

About the Author Tony Adderley has been working as a professional advocate for
individuals entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) and worker’s
compensation benefits for more than 20 years.