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Indianapolis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Lawyer

Disability Attorney Scott D. Lewis
Published by Scott D. Lewis
Social Security Disability Attorney in Indiapolis, IN

If you’re dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome and it’s affecting your ability to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. However, navigating the claims process can be challenging.

That’s where an experienced carpal tunnel syndrome disability attorney with an history of winning CTS disability cases comes in.

At our law firm, we have helped many clients with CTS and other disabilities secure the benefits they deserve. Our attorneys have a deep understanding on how to win claims related to this type of medical condition and can guide you through every step of the process.

Filing a Disability Claim for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

These types of claims requires careful preparation. You’ll need to provide medical evidence documenting your condition and how it impacts your ability to perform work-related tasks. Our lawyers can help you gather the necessary medical records, test results, and doctor’s statements to build a strong case.

We’ll also assist you in completing the required paperwork accurately and thoroughly. Many claims are initially denied due to errors or missing information, so having an attorney review your application can significantly improve your chances of approval.

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Contact us now for a free, no obligation consultation. We'll assess your case, help you understand your situation and explain your options.

How to Prepare for a Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability Hearing

If your initial claim is denied, you may need to attend a disability hearing.

Our attorneys will help you prepare by:

  • Reviewing your medical records and claim file
  • Gathering additional evidence to support your case
  • Preparing you for questions the judge may ask
  • Developing a strategy to present your case effectively

Having an experienced lawyer by your side can make a big difference in the outcome of your hearing.

Free Consultations for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability Cases

We offer free consultations to discuss your carpal tunnel syndrome disability case.

During this initial meeting, we’ll:

  • Evaluate the strength of your claim
  • Explain the SSDI application process
  • Answer your questions about disability benefits
  • Discuss how we can assist with your case
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Carpal Tunnel Preventing You From Working?

Contact us now for a free, no obligation consultation. We’ll assess your case, help you understand your situation and explain your options.

What to Bring to Your First Meeting

To make the most of your consultation, bring:

  • Medical records related to your carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Work history information
  • Any correspondence from the Social Security Administration
  • A list of questions you have about the process

Legal Fees for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability Representation

We handle carpal tunnel syndrome disability cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you don’t pay any upfront costs, and we only collect a fee if we win your case. The fee is typically a percentage of your back benefits, subject to limits set by Social Security.

If you’re struggling with carpal tunnel syndrome and need help with an SSDI claim, our experienced disability attorneys are here to help.

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation and learn how we can assist you in securing the benefits you need.

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