Representing the Victims of Many Types of Hip Injuries
At Binder & Binder®, we represent the victims of many different types of hip injuries. Some of these injuries occurred suddenly in an accident, like a workplace accident or car crash. Others occurred over time, as the body deteriorated. We have worked with clients who had various types of hip injuries including:
- Failed hip replacement
- Fractured pelvis
- Hip injury
- Hip pain
A Note From Binder & Binder® on the Importance of Medical Reports
You've probably heard that the three most important factors in real estate are "location, location and location." In proving your hip injury disability case, the three most important factors are "medicals, medicals and medicals." By far, the most important part of your "medicals" is a report from your own treating physician.
At Binder & Binder®, we have found that powerful "medicals" can turn a close case into one that is an almost-certain win. Good reports contain a lot of information, including the complete history of your condition, all clinical findings and whatever laboratory results that support the clinical observations about your hip injury. Reports should conclude with the diagnosis, the prognosis and a clear statement of your degree of disability. We will gather this type of documentation and present it with your application.
When you call Binder & Binder®, you will talk with "America's Most Successful Social Security Disability Advocates®." We are called that because nobody — lawyers or other advocates — even comes close to winning as many Social Security Disability cases as Binder & Binder®.
One of the reasons we win so many cases — including hip injury disability cases — is our highly trained and very experienced Regional Managers who pay close attention to the "medicals," and who prepare their cases properly and professionally. From places such as California, Colorado, Washington, Texas, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, our Regional Managers stay on top of your disability benefits claims.
Contact A SSD Advocate About Your Hip Injury
Individuals with hip injuries or other disabilities often contact a lawyer or SSD advocate for help with claims. We believe that the best way to learn about SSD and SSI is to talk with us at Binder & Binder®. Call us at 1-800-66-BINDER or complete our online contact form. We have locations nationwide and serve clients all over America — no matter where you live.