Social Security Disability Advocates Representing People With Leg, Knee & Ankle Disorders and Injuries

When Joint Damage Keeps You Out of Work for a Year or More

At Binder & Binder®, we represent clients throughout the United States in Social Security Disability matters related to many different kinds of joint damage. Our clients are generally hard working people who want to provide for themselves and their families, but cannot due to a disabling condition that keeps them out of work for a year or more.

Our advocates represent people with many different types of injuries, disorders and chronic pain that have affected their legs, knees, ankles and joints, including the conditions listed below:

  • Multiple Joint Disease
  • Amputation
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteomyelitis / septic arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis

Knowing When to Apply for SSD or SSI Benefits

You should apply for Social Security Disability benefits as soon as you and your doctors agree that your disability is going to last a full year. You are not eligible for Social Security Disability benefits if your joint damage doesn't last a full year, so many people have to wait to see what happens with their medical conditions. Others who have been struggling to work should apply as soon as they stop working.

Contact Binder & Binder® About Your Joint Damage

Many people with joint damage consult a lawyer or disability advocate for help filing SSD claims.  We believe that your best choice is Binder & Binder® because of our national coverage and our focus on Social Security Disability. If you call us at 1-800-66-BINDER or complete our online contact form, we'll answer your questions quickly and accurately. We have locations nationwide and serve clients all over America from New York to Alaska — no matter where you live.

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