When people think of disability claims, they might automatically think of physical disabilities. These aren't the only disabilities that can qualify for disability benefits. Mental health conditions can also qualify as long as they meet the Social Security Administration's (SSA) criteria.
We understand that having to deal with the SSA might not be high on your list of things that you want to do, but when you are facing any disability that takes away your ability to support yourself, you might have to do just that. We are here to help you navigate through the red tape that you are bound to encounter on this journey.
It is often difficult to show how a mental health condition impacts your life. This can make it hard for you to prove that you do meet the criteria. You do have options that might help you to make this point. We can review your case and help you find out what you can do that might help your case along.
There are several mental health conditions that might qualify for disability benefits. The key point that is present in all cases is that these conditions have to be long-lasting and impact your life in a way that makes it impossible for you to be gainfully employed.
Whether you suffer from crippling anxiety attacks, schizophrenia or any other condition, we are here to help you work toward getting the benefits that could help you to live. There isn't any reason why you should have to try to live without any income just because you have a mental condition plaguing your life.