Back Pain and Injuries

back injury disabilityA painful back injury can make work impossible – especially for people who have always done physically demanding jobs. If you are unable to work because of spinal problems, and if you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits, talk to the spinal cord disability claim advocates at Trajector Disability (formerly Myler Disability).

Extreme, acute back pain can make even a desk job difficult, if not impossible. For those whose work experience has consisted mainly of physically demanding labor, a back injury can be the end of a productive career.

At the Trajector Disability Social Security Disability office, we have helped people in Utah, Idaho, and nationwide, obtain the disability benefits they have earned. When a back pain disability keeps you from doing your job, our Social Security Disability and SSI advocates can review your medical records and your claim application, and help you appeal your benefits denial.

Trajector Disability (formerly Myler Disability) will help you get the medical tests you need (a CT scan or an MRI) to establish your spinal cord disability. Often Social Security Disability applications do not contain all the medical information necessary to assure the Social Security Administration that your back injury disability keeps you from working.

If you cannot work because of disabling back pain, but you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits, don’t give up. Contact our Social Security Disability and SSI advocates today.

Social Security Disability for Back Pain

Happy Older CoupleBack pain comes in all shapes and sizes, from minor aches to debilitating spasms. If you suffer from severe or chronic back pain, you might qualify for disability benefits.

Depending on your work history, you may qualify to apply for either SSDI or SSI.

You may not know it, but you don’t have to go through the application process alone! At Trajector Disability, our advocates can help in the following ways:

Our advocates have extensive experience working with the Social Security Administration, from applications to appeals and hearings, and we can help you navigate the complexities of the process and teach you how best to present your case.

If you are ready to get your application started, simply fill out our short form or call the number at the top of this page. We will do everything we can to help you win the benefits you deserve.