Social Security Disability & Arthritis

For many San Antonio residents living with arthritis, the pain and discomfort in their joints can be absolutely debilitating. Unfortunately, since arthritis is one of the most common disabilities in the United States, many people do not realize exactly how painful arthritis can be for those who must live with it on a daily basis. To assist individuals living with disabilities like arthritis, the Social Security Disability (SSD) program offers critical benefits to help provide life’s necessities. However, as the Texas arthritis lawyers at Chris Mayo Law Firm know, receiving these SSD benefits may be exceedingly difficult for many San Antonio residents.

If you are planning to apply for or have already been denied SSD benefits in order to address your arthritis, the San Antonio arthritis lawyers at Chris Mayo Law Firm can help. We can help ensure Texas residents submit applications that are both complete and filed on time.

Symptoms of Arthritis

Arthritis can severely impair an individual’s ability to use their fingers and hands and, thereby, substantially impact his or her ability to perform certain work functions. While arthritis in a person’s hands, fingers, and knees are among the most common forms of this disability, arthritis may affect any joint in the body. A number of potentially debilitating symptoms may result from arthritis, including any of the following:

  • Persistent pain
  • Limited mobility
  • Swelling at the joints
  • Stiffness

Any of these symptoms could affect and Texas residents’ ability to secure regular, full-time employment. As such, the benefits SSD provides can be critical to providing for yourself and your family.

Contact a San Antonio SSD Attorney

At Chris Mayo Law Firm, our Texas arthritis representation lawyers understand the challenges many San Antonio residents face when applying for SSD benefits; we can help you ensure that your application is both complete and submitted by its applicable deadline. To discuss the particulars of your circumstances with one of our dedicated Texas arthritis lawyers today, please call (210) 999-9999.

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