“A 56-year-old client who worked in a highly physically demanding job suffered from degenerative disc disease which resulted in lumbar neuropathy which, at times, was very debilitating. Actually, his doctors imposed fairly lax restrictions, but as the pain increased, imposed restrictions and limitations, particularly with sitting, walking, standing, bending, pushing pulling and reaching, to name a few, which rendered him disabled and unable to work. He applied for disability, which was granted but only temporarily, when the insurance carrier told him he should be able to return to work and discontinued benefits.

On his own, he tried to persuade the disability carrier to change his decision and grant him the much-needed disability benefits, while he went through physical therapy and treatment with the hopes of returning to the workforce. The disability carrier refused, and he hired Fields Disability who obtained the necessary medical support to force the disability carrier to reverse its position. ”