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chroniclowerbackpain posted:
Is there any hope?

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davedsel57 responded:
Hello.

The best way to get approved for SSD is to contract an attorney that specializes in this type of case. Most will only charge you a percentage of your retroactive benefits, and may charge a moderate fee for obtaining documentation from your doctors and submitting all the paperwork to the SSA.

The SSA declines about 60% of claims. You MUST provide them with the proof that you can no longer work. An attorney is the best way to accomplish this.
Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story. Blessings, Dave
 
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_swank_ responded:
Chronic low back pain may not be enough to get SSD. Everyone has back pain at some point and many people have it often. There would be nobody left to work if everyone was able to collect SSD.


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