Obtaining SSD Benefits For Mental Illnesses Is Difficult
Filing for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits is not an easy process, especially for mental illnesses and injuries. You probably already understand how hard it is to make someone take mental illnesses seriously. Proving a mental illness to the Social Security Administration (SSA) can require many steps. They are going to ask you to prove that your illness is bad enough to qualify for benefits.
The Law Offices of Tony Farmer and John Dreiser has more than ten years of experience with SSD benefit claims. We understand how to create a strong application. If your claim is denied, we provide quality appeals services. Talk to us about your needs.
How We Prove Your Mental Illness Qualifies For SSD
Our lawyers have lots of experience with mental illness disability claims. We can help you gather the evidence you need, including:
- Doctor’s diagnosis and confirmation from other experts
- Evidence of debilitating incidents, including work files, student records and hospital stays
- MRIs and other mental health test results
- Evidence of co-occurring mental disorders and their combined effects
We are on your side. Our attorneys can help you apply for the benefits you need to compensate for mental illnesses like depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Call Our Office For Help
Mental illnesses are difficult, and proving them for the SSA can seem overwhelming. Our firm can leverage its experience and knowledge on your behalf. We provide free consultations and will meet you for your appointment. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis. We do not collect fees unless you get benefits. Reach out to us at (865) 584-1211.