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Do you have a mental impairment that does not allow you to hold a job? Find out if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, and watch this video as Dallas, Texas SSD attorney Carl Weisbrod explains more about disability claims that involve mental disorders.
One of the most common mental impairments to be recognized by the Social Security Administration these days is bipolar disorder. At Morgan & Weisbrod, we have represented many clients for bipolar depression and illness. Not only are physical impairments considered grounds upon which to base a disability claim, but mental disorders also are the basis for a disability claim. If someone cannot keep a job because of issues with basic functioning, then the individual’s mental disorder becomes a dysfunction. Such an individual needs to pursue Social Security Disability benefits.
Call our experienced and dedicated Dallas, Texas Social Security Disability lawyers for help with pursuing a physical or mental disability claim. You can reach us for a free legal consultation at (800) 800-6353. You also can read the frequently asked questions, articles, and other helpful resources on our website.
by Carl M. Weisbrod Managing Partner of Morgan & Weisbrod, Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law