Cara Gallucci, a Social Security Disability lawyer at d’Oliveira & Associates, got a Taunton man over $41,000 for his SSDI claim. The man underwent five surgeries to treat severe back pain. In addition, he suffered from knee pain and peripheral neuropathy. Instead of attempting the stressful and difficult task of representing himself, he hired the Taunton Social Security Disability lawyers to advocate for him.
Attorney Gallucci and her experienced support staff at d’Oliveira & Associates walked him step by step through his case. She argued his case before an administrative law judge in Boston. Due to Attorney Gallucci’s experience handling Social Security Disability cases, the man got an award of over $41,000 in past due benefits and almost $1,300 per month going forward.
Attorney Gallucci stated “this gentleman truly suffered with debilitating back pain for many years and developed additional problems, which prevented his return to gainful employment. I am very happy that he was approved and he can now focus on his physical well-being from here on out.”
SSDI is a government program that rewards hard working Americans that have become disabled and can no longer work. Disabilities like severe back pain, joint pain, and peripheral neuropathy, are some of the most commonly awarded claims for SSDI. As well as affecting day to day activities like walking, the extreme pain of these disabilities can cause headaches and they sometimes lead to psychological disorders such as insomnia and depression. If you are suffering from any of these disabilities, and are no longer able to work, you should consider contacting a Social Security Disability lawyer.
d’Oliveira & Associates is a personal injury law firm with 15 offices conveniently located in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Our Social Security Disability lawyers have many years of experience handling these difficult cases. If you have become disabled and wish to file a claim for Social Security Disability benefits, contact us toll free or online for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.