Mental disorders continue to afflict the lives of thousands of individuals and families throughout the United States. Suffering a severe mental disorder could leave you unable to function or perform your duties in the workplace. If you or someone that you love is suffering from a mental disorder, our attorneys can assist you in pursuing the Social Security benefits that you need and deserve. At Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., we have significant experience helping our clients through the entire process of obtaining SSDI benefits. From filing your application, to collecting medical documentation, to appealing a denial, we provide full advocacy and support.
Cases of mental disorder are complex and difficult to prove. Our attorneys will give you the legal foundation to support your claim. Contact us today for more information on mental disorders and Social Security benefits.
When you or a loved one is faced with the hardship of a mental disorder, you need immediate legal assistance to help you obtain the benefits you deserve. In most cases, it is difficult to prove that a mental disorder renders a person unable to work, particularly when the condition is difficult to assess. We will help you establish relationships with medical professionals to properly support your claim.
SSDI benefits for depression and bipolar disorder
Suffering from depression or bipolar disorder can severely impact your ability to function and maintain a job or career. When it is difficult to prove your condition, our attorneys will aggressively advocate on your behalf and help you obtain the financial relief you need and deserve.
PTSD and veterans conditions
Many veterans will return from fighting overseas with debilitating mental conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These conditions can lead to flashbacks, depression, shell-shock, or emotional disturbances that render a person unable to work. The standard of proof for a veteran seeking disability benefits is high. Our attorneys can help you properly support your claim for disability benefits.
Contact Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., to schedule a free consultation at our New Bern, Wilmington, Greenville or Jacksonville, North Carolina, offices. We are lawyers experienced in helping people with mental disorders receive the Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits they need.