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Personal Injury & Social Security Disability
Attorneys in Knoxville, Tennessee
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Fierce Advocacy for Injury Victims
If you were hurt due to someone else's negligent or wrongful actions, you may feel confused about what your next steps are. At Wykoff & Sikes, PLLC, we diligently fight for people like you to get fair compensation after an injury. From our first meeting, until final verdicts are made, you can trust we will aggressively fight for your future.
When opposing counsel attacked some of the facts he was quick to stand up and be firm with the other lawyer! This is someone you want to use, he will not sit there and tell you what you want to hear, but tell you the truth and not give you false hope.
Wayne and Cort have been amazing through our custody case. They have always kept us informed and also helped us to see the whole picture. They have given us more guidance in a short period of time than our previous lawyer did in 3 years.
Allowed Me to Focus on Healing
I hired Cort after being injured in a traffic accident. Cort managed all of the details of my case, even working with my parents to help get specific information that I could not recall, which allowed me to focus on healing.
We Can Help.
Whether you have a temporary injury or permanent disability, we are here to help you find a solution in your best interests. You can take control of your situation and fight for your rights with us on your side. Call today to schedule a free consultation and see how we can help.
May 31, 2023
SSA Listing 1.15 Disorders of the skeletal spine resulting in compromise of a nerve root(s)
Disorders of the skeletal spine resulting in the compromise of a nerve root(s) can be debilitating conditions that affect a person's musculoskeletal functioning. These conditions, as outlined in the Social Security Administration (SSA) Listing 1.00F, require careful evaluation to determine their impact on an individual's ability to perform daily activities and work-related tasks. In this blog post, we will explore the criteria and documentation necessary to qualify for disability benefits under this listing.Read More
May 31, 2023
How Does Age Affect Social Security Disability?
SSA Age as a Vocational Factor refers to the consideration of an individual's age as a factor in determining their ability to work and their eligibility for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA).Read More
May 31, 2023
SSA Listing 1.18 Abnormality of a major joint(s) in any extremity
Living with an abnormality of a major joint(s) in any extremity can significantly impact an individual's musculoskeletal functioning, causing chronic pain, limited motion, and physical limitations. Recognizing the challenges faced by individuals with these conditions, the Social Security Administration (SSA) offers disability benefits under specific circumstances. In this blog post, we will delve into SSA Listing 1.18, which outlines the criteria for individuals with abnormal joint conditions to qualify for disability benefits.Read More
May 31, 2023
SSA Listing: 1.16 Lumbar spinal stenosis resulting in compromise of the cauda equina
Lumbar spinal stenosis is a condition characterized by the narrowing of the spinal canal in the lower back, which can lead to compression of the cauda equina nerve roots. This condition can cause significant neurological compromise and functional limitations. In this blog post, we will explore the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Listing 1.16, which outlines the criteria for individuals with lumbar spinal stenosis resulting in compromise of the cauda equina to qualify for disability benefits.Read More