Helping you secure SSD benefits for mental conditions

| May 17, 2018 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Mental Conditions |

While it is the physical impairments that come to mind when we think about disabilities, there are many disabilities that impact individuals mentally. Those living with a mental disorder may not know initially that it is a mental disorder from which they are suffering. Individuals in New Jersey and elsewhere attempt to live with a mental impairment, not knowing what it is and whether it can be treated. For some, the mental disorder, diagnosed or not, can become debilitating. This is when individuals might seek options to help them live their life when his or her disability is preventing them from doing so.

Mental disorders such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder can impact individuals significantly. These mental disorders make it challenging to have relationships, carry out daily tasks and even go to work. When these mental disorders become so significant that it is impossible to lead a normal life, this is where Social Security disability could help out.

At the Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, it is our goal to help those living with disabilities understand their rights and exercise them. Our law firm understands that it can be a difficult and trying time; however, we are dedicated to guiding individuals in the Newark area throughout the application and appeals process.

While applicants can be apprehensive about applying for SSD benefits, as many initial applications are denied, our law firm takes the time to go over every detail of the application, ensuring all evidence is collected and submitted. Proving that you meet the definition of the disability is necessary in order to be deemed eligible for disability benefits.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s SSD benefits for mental conditions website. Whether you are considering these benefits, are in the application process or seek to appeal a denial, it is important to fully understand the process. This will ensure you take the proper steps to protect your rights and meet your best interests.