Finding Solutions For Your Disability Issue

SSDI For Pain And Fatigue

The claims and appeals process is complicated, whether you are applying for benefits under Social Security Disability Insurance or the Supplemental Security Income program. If you suffer from pain, fatigue or other symptoms that are hard to measure, it can feel even more overwhelming trying to prove that your disability qualifies you for benefits.

Don’t go it alone. Those who are represented by an attorney are at a distinct advantage.

Stephenson Disability Services can help you understand the SSDI/SSI programs and how pain and fatigue are evaluated. With our in-depth knowledge of the criteria that Social Security examiners use, we can handle even the most challenging cases.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you. Call our New Albany or Madison office at 812-748-8140. We provide services in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.

Detail Your Pain In A Daily Journal. Share It With Your Doctor.

Pain, fatigue or a combination of symptoms can be as debilitating as any condition that is clearly defined. If you are living with this type of disability, you already know that. You know exactly how it affects your daily life and your ability to do your job. Our goal is to make sure that this narrative is recorded in detail so that disability examiners also understand.

We will help provide guidance throughout the appeals process to continue building your case, but there is something that you can do to help. We suggest that you keep a daily journal detailing exactly how your disability affects you. Be specific. This can help you remember what to tell your doctor during visits to ensure that the information gets into your medical record.

Don’t Try To Go It Alone. We Can Help You Increase Your Chance At Success.

Do you suffer from hard to measure symptoms like pain or fatigue? We can help even if your claim has already been denied. Dial 812-748-8140 to schedule your first consultation. You can also send us an email with your information. We charge nothing unless you are awarded benefits.