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Injuries can be difficult problems to overcome, regardless of how they are acquired. From the weekend warrior who strains himself on the field and pays for it the next few weeks to the seasoned athlete who trains themselves into a stress fracture, injuries can plague all body type and individuals. However, not all injuries arise from self-induced movement. Sometimes, injuries result from accidents, such as vehicle collisions, incidents at work and falls on hard surfaces.

An Oklahoma resident who suffers a serious injury may discover that their quality of life and capacity to accomplish necessary responsibilities is significantly decreased due to their ailment. A once-vibrant person may not be able to drive themselves to work, stay seated for the duration of their workday or manipulate their body in the means necessary to do their job.

They may find that they cannot provide for their loved ones, even if they were at one time their family’s primary source of income. As a result of their injury, they may slowly discover the pressures of making little to no money and still having fixed costs that must be met.

Disability benefits through the Social Security Administration may be available to individuals whose injuries meet their definition of the term. Prior posts on this blog have discussed what it means to be disabled for the purposes of receiving disability benefits, but those who have more questions may wish to consult with the firm for greater legal support.

The Law Center for Social Security Disability is located in Oklahoma City and is available for new client consultations. The staff and attorneys of the firm are prepared to provide them with comprehensive disability benefits support as their clients work to move past their ailments and toward a better future.

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