When work requires you to be alert and on your feet, medical conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia can make doing your job difficult if not impossible. If this is the case, you may be eligible to receive SSDI benefits from the Social Security Administration. The disability attorneys of JP Law PC, have worked for years to help make the application and appeals process easier for people throughout Oregon, Washington, California, and Hawaii. Obtaining government benefits shouldn't be a struggle, but when it seems that way, we are here to provide our experienced and compassionate guidance to make sense of the bureaucracy and help you receive disability benefits for fibromyalgia in the Portland area and beyond.
You deserve a law firm that understands how your pain affects every aspect of your life. Our disability benefits attorneys only handle SSD and SSI claims, meaning we have obtained years of experience in the field and learned exactly how physical and mental conditions impact our clients' lives.
Whether you have been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, or an autoimmune disorder such as lupus, we understand the physical and emotional challenges that you face on a daily basis. The key is fully explaining the extent of your condition to the SSA in order to increase the likelihood that your Portland disability benefits for fibromyalgia and other conditions will be approved.
Documentation is essential, and we can work with your medical providers to obtain exam results, medical opinions, and other records that can make the difference between having your claim approved the first time around, and having to go through one or more stages of the appeals process. Because we are a comprehensive SSD firm, however, you will have peace of mind that we are prepared to handle your case from the initial application stage through as many appeals as are required to obtain the disability benefits for your fibromyalgia, chronic pain, or fatigue conditions in Portland and across the United States.
For answers to your questions about disability benefits for fibromyalgia, pain, and fatigue, call or send an email to speak with a lawyer.