August 21, 2014

How to Win Your Back Pain Case in a Social Security Disability Hearing

Social Security judges see more back pain cases than any other impairment. Because of this, you need to do whatever you can to make your case stand out. If you come to your hearing with vague complaints that your lower back “hurts all the time,” that you “can’t lift very much” and that you “can’t sit very long” you are going to lose. Judges expect to see MRI or CT scan reports, support from a treating doctor, on-going treatment records, and specific testimony from you about what you can and cannot do.

In this video I discuss how I approach back pain cases and some specific steps you can take to improve your chances at winning.

About Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

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Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.


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About Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

Comments

  1. If your in school and receiving disability will that cut off your ssdi benefits?
    what does the ssa look for in a Disability update report…

  2. Natalie Patton says:

    I wanted to thank you for this great info video. My hearing is this morning and feel more prepared now. Not real confident in the atty I hired for this. If I am denied, are you able to take on my case to refile? I live in Delaware. 

     

    Thanks again

    Natalie

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