Major Dysfunction of a Joint
A dysfunction of a joint can cause such significant pain in your joints that your ability to perform work related activities is seriously inhibited. If an area of your body necessary for activities such as pushing, pulling, walking, or lifting is consistently in pain, your ability to do those things may be extremely difficult or impossible. If this is the case, you may be eligible for social security disability benefits to help you cope financially when you are unable to work.
If you or someone you love is unable to continue working due to a major dysfunction of a joint, an Indianapolis Social security disability attorney from the Hankey Law Office may be able to help you obtain social Security benefits. To schedule a free consultation, contact us today at (800) 520-3633.
Causes of Joint Dysfunction
Various conditions can cause chronic pain in the hips, wrists, shoulders, ankles, elbows, knees, and more. Some of the most common causes include:
- Birth defects
- Stress injuries with age
- Sudden injuries
Some conditions which cause major joint dysfunction are not listed among the listed social security qualifying disabilities. However if they cause major joint dysfunction, an applicant may be able to file for benefits.
Joint pain can make it impossible to continue in your line of work. However, obtaining social security disability benefits can be extremely difficult and there is a high rejection rate. An Indianapolis social security disability attorney of the Hankey Law Office are dedicated to helping our clients get the benefits they need. To speak with an attorney about applying for benefits today, contact our offices at (800) 520-3633.