Benefits Received for Mental Illnesses & SSDI Claims
Experienced Dallas Fort-Worth SSD Attorneys
Pursuing a claim for a mental illness can be challenging and overwhelming,
especially without the right legal team behind you. At Coats & Todd,
we have been faithfully serving clients in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas for
more than 20 years. We know how important it is to obtain the income support they need to
manage their disability and work closely with each client to provide the
personalized legal counsel they deserve.
If you or a loved one are suffering from a mental illness and would like
to pursue a disability claim, we encourage you to contact our firm as
soon as possible. We have the experience, insight, and resources to help
you navigate your SSDI matter and can make sure you are treated fairly
throughout the process.
What Type of Mental Illnesses Qualify for SSD or SSI?
Unfortunately, there are no specific mental health symptoms that guarantee
approval of a claim. Social Security will take a similar approach to mental
impairments as they do with physical impairments. They carefully review
a person's functional capacity to work, regardless of their impairments,
rather than granting benefits for set illnesses.
There are, however, common illnesses that tend to qualify, for example:
You must be able to prove that you not only have the mental illness, but
also that it prevents you from working. If any of these illnesses, or
similar ones, affect you or a loved to the point that you cannot support
yourself with consistent income, you may be able to qualify for SSD or SSI.
Thousands of Successful Cases Resolved. Give Our Firm a Call Today!
Have questions about filing for SSD/SSI benefits?
Contact our firm today to discuss your case. It is important that you consult with an attorney
about your case to ensure that you present the strongest claim possible.