Hopkinsville, KY asked in Social Security for Kentucky

Q: hello i am 39 yrs old have severe degenerative disk disease lumbar (cane prescribed) p.t.s.d left leg is metal ,c.o.pd

i take klonopin,prozac,nuerontin,muscle relaxers 3 times a day and breating treatments 4 times a day..volteran for arthritus...seriquil at bedtime should i b eligeble for ssd benefits and what are my chances at the reconsideration level??

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Jerry Lutkenhaus
Jerry Lutkenhaus
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  • Social Security Disability Lawyer
  • Richmond, VA

A: At 39 years of age you probably will have to go to the third step which is a hearing before a judge. You will need to show you cannot do easy sit down work by medical evidence.

Justin Lee Lawrence
Justin Lee Lawrence
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  • Social Security Disability Lawyer
  • Fort Mitchell, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: I would say your chances at the reconsideration level are poor, but your chances at the hearing level are pretty good. Please let me know if anyone at my office can give you more detail on what has to be proven, particularly when it comes to working a sedentary job.

Here is a website with a little more information: http://www.northernkentuckydisabilityattorney.com .

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