Mental Health Disability Attorney
Compassionate Assistance for Disability Claims
When most people think about disability claims, they think about physical impairments. However, many people with mental health impairments who are unable to work also qualify for disability benefits. At Dabdoub Law Firm, Disability Insurance & ERISA Attorneys, we help our clients navigate the complexities of filing mental health disability claims. We understand that mental health challenges, paired with not being able to work, can take a serious toll on you and your family. You can count on us to support you and represent your best interests every step of the way.
Do not hesitate to contact our firm at (800) 969-0488 for a free consultation.
Mental Impairments Which Qualify for Disability Benefits
Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses that can affect your day-to-day life and impact your ability to uphold a job. Some people fail to apply for disability benefits because they have not been officially diagnosed or have not sought medical attention. If you would like assistance finding out if you qualify for disability benefits, we can assist you. We have helped many clients apply for mental health disability benefits nationwide. We also help with disability denials and lawsuits for clients suffering from mental health conditions.
There are certain mental impairments which qualify as disabling conditions:
- Mental retardation
- Personality disorders
- Bipolar disorders
- Alcohol/drug addiction disorders
- General anxiety disorder
Navigating Mental Disability Claims
One of the many reasons clients come to us with mental health disability claim problems is due to disability benefits being terminated or claims being denied. Many mental disability claims are limited to a certain amount of time, such as up to 24 months. Our experienced disability lawyers can help to quickly review your case and take the necessary steps to help prevent your disability benefits from being wrongly terminated or denied based on the insurance company applying the 24-month mental health limitation period to your disability claim.