Don’t Let a Physical Disability Control Your Life—Get Social Security Now! If you have a physical illness, injury or pain that is expected to last a year or more (or one that has lasted that long) and you can’t work anymore, you may be able to apply for Social Security Disability benefits.We help people who suffer from physical injuries, illnesses and disabilities that affect them so much they cannot work. These may include the following:Neck, back, and spine pain, including lumbar/lower back injuryFibromyalgia and chronic fatigueOrthopedic injuriesArthritisReflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)/complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and neuropathyDiabetesAmputation/lost limbsHeart attackStrokeCancerYou can be approved for disability for a broad range of injuries, illnesses, disabilities, and impairments—not just the ones listed here. From depression to diabetes to Crohn’s disease, a wide range of illnesses can keep you out of work and make you eligible for SSD.At our law firm, we look at the whole picture. While one single injury, illness, or diagnosis may not be enough for a successful case, the combination may be the key factor. For example, if your physical problems mean that you can only work behind a desk, the SSA might find that you can still work at a computer. However, if you have carpal tunnel syndrome too, the SSA might find that you cannot work at all.Our clients include people who have worked with their hands all their lives in fields like construction, only to find that they can’t do physical labor after a serious injury or a life-changing medical event, like a heart attack or stroke.If you cannot work because of a physical disability and would like to apply for Social Security Disability benefits, you should know that disability claims are approved or denied by the SSA based on your medical records. We can help you gather records of regular treatment and organize them in a way that is likely to help you win Social Security Disability benefits.Talk with a Lawyer. Contact Us about Qualifying for SSD in ProvoWe represent people in Utah, from Salt Lake City to Provo to Ogden, in SSD and SSI claims. To get started on your claim, call attorney Glen Cook at 801-261-0674. Calls are returned by the next business day.No guarantee may be made as to success of individual cases. Clients are responsible for case costs only if they receive benefits.