Lower Back Pain

Disability Benefits For Lower Back Pain

All lower back pain is miserable. Some lower back pain is degenerative. Many people with lower back pain struggle with depression that can make it even more difficult to work and enjoy life.


The Social Security Administration provides disability benefits to many adults who cannot work because of back pain. However, just because you are suffering does not mean that you are guaranteed benefits. At The Lawrence Law Firm, with offices in Kissimmee, Orlando and Tampa, we provide compassionate, efficient representation to help you pursue the benefits to which you are entitled.

We Can Get You The Benefits You Need

Your back pain may be the result of long-term stress or a single traumatic incident. If a back injury like an inoperable herniated disk, spinal stenosis, nerve root compression, arachnoiditis or paraplegia, has left you unable to return to work, we can help. Our attorneys can help you demonstrate your disability, prove your eligibility for benefits and navigate the complex claims process.

Don’t Go It Alone; Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Our disability lawyers for lower back pain have decades of collective experience and can represent you at every stage of the Social Security claims process. We can work with you and your doctors to strengthen your claim. We are committed to helping you get approved for the disability benefits you deserve.

With offices in Tampa, Orlando and Kissimmee, Florida, we provide tailored service and effective representation to clients throughout the surrounding areas. Please contact us online to arrange a free initial consultation, or call our Orlando office at 407-738-4866 or our Tampa office at 813-434-0905.

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Practice Areas

Social Security Disability
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