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Case Summary: Social Security Disability Law

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A thirty-year-old bartender and waitress had sustained severe hand injury to her right hand as a result of a failed surgical operation. She suffered from unrelenting pain and loss of feeling in her right hand, for which she took a variety of narcotic pain medications. The Social Security Administration initially took the position that the woman was not fully disabled because she could still perform a job which required the use of her left arm alone. We worked closely with the woman’s pain management physician and hand surgeon to obtain the appropriate documentation which established that the woman was unable to work at any position because of the combined effect of her hand symptoms and the adverse affects of her medications. We successfully represented the woman in a hearing before a Social Security Administrative Law Judge, who awarded her full disability benefits.

Mr. Peters Has Obtained Social Security Disability Benefits, for those suffering from

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