Worcester Bipolar Disorder Disability Attorney
Framingham Social Security Disability Attorney
Bipolar depression affects millions of Americans and is often debilitating. The Social Security Administration recognizes bipolar disorder as a qualifying mental illness for partial or full benefits. If you are no longer able to perform your job responsibilities or work in any capacity because of diagnosed bipolar disorder, you are entitled to seek cash benefits through the Social Security Disability Insurance program.
We Offer a Free Evaluation for an Honest Appraisal of Your SSDI Case
The Social Security Disability attorneys and staff at Eden Rafferty has extensive experience fighting for benefits on behalf of individuals suffering from emotional disabilities and mental illness. With nearly 20 years of experience, our team is proud of our record of helping people and their families obtain the lifeline of benefits they need and to which they are entitled. We handle everything for you throughout the process, from working with your doctor, and gathering evidence and medical records to working with the Social Security judges to do everything possible to help you get the benefits you need. In the event your initial claim is rejected, we prepare the appeal and work with you throughout the hearing process.
We have successfully helped disabled people at all levels of application and review. One of our founding partners, attorney Jane Eden, is well known for her ability to win SSDI benefits for clients. She lectures frequently on Social Security Disability and has written many articles on the subject. She is supported in her efforts by a skilled and experienced staff.
We have an excellent record of successful applications for clients with bipolar disorders and other mental illnesses, because we never give up. Talk to us first if you or a member of your family is seeking SSDI benefits resulting from any type of severe and persistent mental illness, including:
- Bipolar disorder
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Severe depression
- Neurological disorders
Worcester Bipolar Disorder Disability Lawyer
From our offices in Worcester, we represent clients throughout the MetroWest region and central Massachusetts. Contact us to arrange a free consultation.