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Helping you complete SSD application for mental conditions

On Behalf of | Dec 28, 2017 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Mental Conditions

The term disability causes one to think of a wide variety of situations. For many, they think of physically disabling conditions a person is either born with or acquired later in life due to an injury or illness. However, many disabilities are not easy to spot. Some individuals suffer silently because they are living with a mental condition. Thus, whether a disability is apparent to the naked eye or not, individuals living with disabilities often struggle to live their life and meet his or her basic financial needs.

When a disability makes it challenging to maintain a job, this is where Social Security disability benefits often come into play. Applying for these benefits may not be easy, as the Social Security Administration is often looking for specific evidence that meet their strict standards. At David Dopkins, Attorney at Law, our experienced legal team understands these standards and how best to help our clients in the Houston area prove that they are suffering a disabling mental condition.

With over two decades of experience, our law firm has a background in helping clients of all ages navigate their SSD claims. The initial filing might seem daunting, but we are well versed in the applicable laws. This helps us understand what information to uncover, evidence to supply and medical records to include. Even if an initial filing is denied, we are prepared to initiate the reconsideration and appeals process.

Receiving SSD benefits is often necessary for those applying for them. Without these funds, basic needs, such as food, shelter and clothing cannot be met. Thus, our legal team works tirelessly to guide our clients through all phases of the application and appeals process.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s SSD benefits for mental conditions website. Living with a mental condition may not be an obvious disability; however, this does not lessen the challenges that a person endures. Thus, no matter the type of disability a person is living with, it is important to understand the options and rights afforded to them.