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Bipolar Disorder

South Carolina Social Security Lawyers: Bipolar Disorder and Social Security Benefits

What You Need to Know

If you or a family member suffers from bipolar disorder, then you know how tough it is to explain the impact mental illness can have on a person’s ability to function. If you are unable to work because of bipolar disorder, call one of our social security attorneys for a free claim evaluation right now. 803.252.4800

HOW DO YOU PROVE BIPOLAR DISORDER IS DISABLING?

Our disability lawyers as well as our Social Security lawyers have experience in proving exactly that. Together with our well-trained legal staff, we have successfully helped hundreds of clients collect Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits through claims and appeals.

As your representatives, a legal assistant, paralegal, and SSDI/SSI attorney will handle your claim, assembling the necessary medical records from your doctor, therapist, and occupational specialist to present your claim in the strongest favorable way.

Call (803) 252-4800 To Find Out About Your Disability Claim

Bipolar disorder is an extremely complex and receptive issue. Many times, men or women wait years to get an accurate diagnosis, or their condition may have been aggravated by another medical condition.

Especially when dealing with mental health concerns such as bipolar disorder, it is imperative that you work with professionals you are comfortable with so you can freely talk about all aspects of what is certainly a complex situation.

Call us right NOW for a free case review. 803.252.4800. Let us help you.

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