Disability Benefits for Inability to Use Hands
The inability to use your hands affects many people in the U.S. and its underlying cause can stem from any number of medical conditions including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Multiple Sclerosis.
If you are not able to work because you have an inability to use your hands, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
As with all medical conditions, you can qualify for Social Security Disability benefits if you meet certain medical and work status criteria. However, knowing exactly what kind of evidence can be confusing to figure out. This is where Giles Disability Law comes in.
We will help you navigate the through the process, answer your questions, and help you file your Social Security Disability claim for your inability to use your hands.
We have nearly 20 years of work experience in the Utah Social Security system, qualifying us with an in-depth knowledge to handle your case. Contact us for qualified, experienced Social Security Disability representation.