Pittsburgh Bipolar Disorder Lawyer
Pennsylvania SSDI Guidelines Attorney
The Social Security Administration now recognizes that severe and prolonged mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorders and post-traumatic stress syndrome are legitimate disabilities that qualify sufferers for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder or other emotional or mental illness, and can no longer work for a living, talk to an attorney at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. with offices in New Castle, Hermitage, Butler and Erie, Pennsylvania, to discuss the circumstances of your claim.
What You Will Need to Show
Part of the SSDI application process includes a review of medical records by your state’s Social Security Disability Determination Services. The board will expect to see written documentation by a medical professional, stating the extent of the mental illness and the reasons why the diagnosis prevents the party from returning to work in a former profession, or being retrained into a new job. If your emotional or mental disability is denied, our firm will file an appeal for a hearing for reconsideration, where you will have the opportunity to tell your story in front of people. We do not rest until every legal option has been pursued to help you get the money benefits you need and deserve.
We represent clients who are seeking SSDI benefits for mental illness and physical diseases, such as:
- Bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Auto immune diseases
- Multiple sclerosis
- Heart condition
You Will Not Pay Lawyer Fees If You Do Not Collect Benefits
We handle all Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims and appeals on a contingency-fee basis. The percentage amount we charge is based on the amount of money you recover for your claim. We offer a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your disability or injury.
Learn more about SSDI at these information pages:
- What is SSDI?
- The SSDI Application Process
- Social Security for people 55 years and older
- SSDI and incarceration
- What is supplemental security income (SSI)
Free Consultation · No Attorneys’ Fees Unless You Receive SSDI Benefits
Learn more about Social Security for bipolar disorder. We represent clients in communities throughout the Greater Northern Pittsburgh metro region and throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio. Call us toll free at 1-800-777-4081 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh bipolar disorder attorney today.