If you have Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), the symptoms can be so severe that you can’t work. You need income from Social Security Disability benefits to maintain your stability. But a condition like chronic pain can be challenging to prove. While the pain dominates your life, others can’t see it. In this chart from the North Dakota disability law firm Schneider, Schneider & Schneider, get an overview of how to qualify for benefits with chronic pain.

How to Win Social Security Disability Benefits for Chronic Pain