Helping you secure SSD benefits for a mental condition

| Nov 15, 2017 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Mental Conditions |

Not all disabilities are the same. Just like a variety of reasons can cause an individual in New Jersey and elsewhere to experience a disability, individuals can suffer an even wider variety of disabilities. While some of these disabilities can be physical and visually obvious, some cause individuals to suffer silently. A mental condition can be severely disabling even if it is not obvious to the general public that you are suffering from a disability.

A mental condition, whether born with or acquired later in life, can make it challenging to do the day-to-day things. It is not only difficult to care for one’s self, but it is sometimes impossible to hold down a job. This can make living with a mental condition very taxing. In these cases, disabled individuals may seek out available resources, one of them being Social Security Disability benefits.

At the Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, our experienced legal team has over 30 years of experience dealing with SSD issues. We know the ins and outs of the application process, and we have helped past clients successfully navigate the appeals process.

Our law firm understands that information and evidence is required when applying for SSD benefits. Therefore, we work diligently to attempt to make sure all the details of your claim are fulfilled. We also ensure our clients understand the application process, what is required to prove eligibility and what information and documents are necessary to prove that the applicant qualifies.

To learn more, please visit our law firm’s Social Security Disability benefits for mental conditions website. While it might seem overwhelming to go through this process, obtaining SSD benefits can be very valuable. For some, it is the only way to meet basic needs.