Social Security Disability can be awarded for leg and knee problems.

For instance, severe fractures and knee surgeries can cause a person to have use a cane, walker or wheelchair. This may limit you to a sit down job, or no job at all. Depending on the circumstances even a sit down job may result in you being found disabled.

Severe leg and knee injuries can cause extreme and chronic pain. This can prevent you from working.

Severe leg and knee problems in combination with other problems will also help you in being found disabled.

The most important factor in Social Security Disability are the limitations you experience. Such as how long you can stand, sit, walk or lift.
Serious leg and knee problems can affect all these areas.

Questions about Social Security Disability and your leg and knee conditions? Call Illinois Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.