Pittsburgh Mental Disability Attorney
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are not intended only for people who can no longer work because of a physical injury or disease.
Qualifying mental disabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI)
- Depression and bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
If you have paid into the national Social Security Disability Insurance plan through payroll deduction or direct payment over the past 10 years, you are eligible to apply for benefits. Unfortunately, SSDI boards make the process complex and confusing. A large majority of initial claims are denied, and many qualified claimants simply give up. We don’t. By paying strict attention to detail and working hard to get your case in front of the review board, we give you an opportunity to put a human face on your story.
Our Pittsburgh Mental Disability Attorneys Are Ready to Help
SSDI is a federal program. No matter where you live in Pennsylvania or Ohio, Dallas W. Hartman P.C can help. Talk to us about arranging a confidential, free consultation to discuss your circumstance. Whether you are seeking a professional diagnosis of mental illness for an initial claim or have had your claim denied on technical matters, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge of the system to help you move your claim forward to the next level.
No Fees Unless We Win Benefits for You
You will not pay attorneys fees unless you receive Social Security benefits. By federal law, the amount your lawyer gets paid is capped at a percentage of the benefits you receive. You will not pay your Pennsylvania social security disability attorney more than the amount you receive in benefits. It costs you nothing to talk to us.
From our offices in New Castle, Pittsburgh, Hermitage, Butler and Erie, our Pittsburgh injury attorneys represent plaintiffs in communities throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio. Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh mental disability lawyer today.