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Is Chronic Back Pain Considered a Long-Term Disability?

Suffering from chronic back pain is not easy. Many people’s lives are disrupted daily as a result of chronic back pain. If this sounds like you, it may be comforting to know that you are not alone.

In fact, chronic back pain disability is one of the most common reasons why people file long-term disability claims. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to prove long-term disability for chronic back pain, but please know that it is not impossible.

Read on to learn more about long-term disability benefits for chronic back pain.

Chronic Back Pain is a Serious Condition and Should Be Treated as Such

Sadly, nearly 31 million United States residents suffer from low back pain at any given moment.

Chronic back pain is one of the most common reasons why people miss work. In fact, at least half of all working Americans report experiencing back pain symptoms every year.

The American workforce loses over 264 million workdays each year as a result of back pain. For every full-time earner in the U.S., that accounts for two full workdays.

As you can see, it’s important those who suffer from chronic back pain obtain the long-term disability benefits needed to pay for daily living expenses as well as costs associated with the condition.

If You Suffer From Chronic Pain, We’re Here to Help

Chronic back pain is a very difficult condition to live with. If you suffer from it, your daily life is likely impacted significantly as a result.

However, you may be eligible for long-term disability benefits for your chronic back pain so that you can live a more manageable life. Our team is highly skilled in obtaining well-deserved benefits from disability insurance companies, and we have helped many others in similar situations.

Let our team see if we can help you too.

Call Dabdoub Law Firm today at (800) 969-0488 to speak with an experienced attorney about your case.