Ypsilanti Fibromyalgia Lawyers

Southeast Michigan Chronic Pain Attorney

Living with constant, widespread physical pain is an ordeal healthy people have difficulty understanding or imagining. Many individuals who suffer from such pain deal with it for months or years before seeking treatment and still may not receive a definitive diagnosis. Often accompanied by depression, fatigue and other serious problems, chronic pain can make work unbearable and unsustainable.

Have you applied for Social Security disability benefits because of your chronic pain, only to have your claim denied? Have you been diagnosed with fibromyalgia? At Babut Law Offices, PLLC, our attorneys are prepared to evaluate your situation and fight for the benefits you need.

Attorneys Prepared for the Challenge of a Complex Disability Claim

Fibromyalgia is a serious, life-changing condition now widely recognized throughout the medical community. However, no specific laboratory test has yet been developed to confirm its diagnosis. This can make SSDI claims for victims especially challenging to pursue. Our dedication and experience enables us to:

  • Interpret and effectively present the findings of a well-trained rheumatologist focused on fibromyalgia diagnosis and treatment
  • Build a compelling picture of how your chronic pain condition prevents you from working — often in combination with severe depression or other disabling mental conditions
  • Anticipate and overcome obstacles in your quest to obtain a claim approval and benefits

Free Case Evaluation, and No Attorney Fees Unless We Help You Obtain Benefits

Among hundreds of successful appeals of claim denials, we have represented numerous victims of fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Our clients meet with us free of charge at our offices in Ypsilanti, Taylor, Jackson and Adrian — coming away with a qualified legal opinion on available next steps and the likelihood of success with their claims.

Whether you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or you are struggling to define the source of unexplained chronic pain, you may be eligible for benefits. To speak with an Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti fibromyalgia attorney who understands the requirements and processes as they relate to your case, please contact us now.