Michigan Bipolar Disorder Disability Attorneys
Ann Arbor Depression Attorney And Social Security Disability Law Firm
People suffering from mental illness often struggle just as much as a person with a serious physical disability, but often their conditions go untreated, undiagnosed and misunderstood. Employers and even doctors can tragically take positions that fail to properly understand the challenges you face and the disabling nature of your condition, and it can be very hard to get the support you need.
For more than 30 years our attorneys at Bredell & Bredell in Ypsilanti and Jackson have helped Michigan clients suffering from both physical and mental disability get the benefits and compensation they need. We can help you. If you are applying for Social Security benefits, or you have applied and been denied benefits, please contact our firm to find out how we can put you on the right path.
Michigan Bipolar Disorder Disability Lawyer
Applying for any Social Security Disability benefits can be a challenging experience alone. Put our attorneys on your side, and we work to make sure you have the evidence you need to support your claim and the support to pursue your benefits. We work to get the results you need.
Our attorneys are proud to represent people in need, and we represent clients dealing with the disabling effects of:
- Mental illness or impairment
- Bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Cognitive dysfunction
In some cases, particularly involving depression or PTSD, the mental illness you suffer from may be directly related to another qualifying physical illness. For example, many people who suffer from chronic disability, such as fibromyalgia or joint pain develop depression leading to further challenges. We work to make sure that all your conditions are addressed in an application or appeal for benefits.
Contact A Michigan Attorney Ready To Work For You
If you are suffering from a mental impairment that prevents you from working for at least a year, you have the right to seek benefits through the Social Security Administration. While this is a challenging process, working with a trusted adviser and representative, we can guide you through it.
Contact our offices today for a free consultation to discuss your SSD or SSI benefits.