Essex County Ankylosing Spondylitis Lawyers

Ankylosing spondylitis is an arthritic condition that primarily impacts the spine. This condition is extremely painful, and can lead to severe stiffness in the spine. As a result, people with ankylosing spondylitis often have trouble moving freely. As this condition progresses, the spinal joints can fuse together. If you or someone you love is suffering from this condition, working may be completely out of the question. Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are available for people with a physical or mental impairment that will prevent them from working for 12 consecutive months or longer. These benefits can be critical in helping you support yourself and your family.

Unfortunately, it is simply not enough to ask the Social Security Administration for these benefits. In fact, the SSA rejects claims for benefits all the time. A lawyer can be vital in helping you make the best possible case for these benefits. The attorneys at Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, are strong advocates for people in all types of disability claims. From our office in Livingston, we have represented people across New Jersey.

Morris County Spondylitis Attorneys Building Strong SSD Claims

Attorney Jim Scherling leads our SSD practice. Jim has practiced law for more than 35 years. In this time, he has helped many people recover the benefits they need. He understands the standards the SSA follows when deciding whether to accept or deny a claim for benefits. As a result, our law firm knows how to present the information in your case in as convincing a manner as possible. We know that ankylosing spondylitis can cause immobility and unrelenting pain. We will work with your medical providers to build the best possible case on your behalf and give you the best chance of recovering these benefits.

Contact Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod

Call our Essex County ankylosing spondylitis attorneys at 973-535-3388 or complete our contact form to schedule a free initial consultation. We accept all disability cases on a no-recovery, no-fee basis.