Obtaining SSDI benefit for mental disorders

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits have provided significant financial assistance for residents of Tennessee who have suffered a disabling injury or medical condition. Nevertheless, individuals who may have suffered a disabling condition as defined in the SSDI regulations have many questions about their eligibility for benefits. A frequent question is whether a mental illness

SSD for patients with Lou Gehrig’s disease

Tennessee residents become eligible for social security disability when a doctor determines they suffer from a mental or physical impairment that negatively affects their ability to work and enjoy other aspects of life. A doctor must also determine this impairment will affect or has already affected the patient for more than one calendar year. Amyotrophic




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