Can’t work because you’re consumed by worry?
You could qualify for Disability for Anxiety.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by persistent, excessive, and unrealistic worry about common, everyday things. Individuals suffering from Anxiety Disorder often expect the worse or anticipate disasters and may be consumed by negative thoughts about money, health, family, school or work.
In severe cases, this state of constant dread interferes with the ability to function day-to-day and to work.
If you have been diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder and can’t work, you could be eligible for Social Security Disability for Anxiety. It’s time to seek professional legal help. The experienced Social Security Disability lawyers at McDonald Law Firm will work to get you the financial support you need ― so you can concentrate on getting your life back on track.
Qualifying for Disability for Anxiety can be challenging.
Obtaining Disability for Anxiety can be difficult. Individuals must prove to the Social Security Administration (SSA) that their condition is debilitating and that it has lasted (or is expected to last) at least a year. Certain requirements must also bet met and backed up by medical evidence.
You must have at least one of the following symptoms to qualify for Social Security Disability:
- Recurring anxiety with multiple symptoms, such as an abnormal level of worry and concern, sweating, dry mouth, muscle tension or hypervigilance.
- Continuing irrational fear that causes you to stay away from an object, activity or situation.
- Ongoing, severe panic attacks that occur once a week and are caused by a sense of fear, terror or impending doom.
- Ongoing obsessions or compulsions that are a source of severe distress.
- Ongoing recollections of a traumatic experience.
You must also must have at least two of these following symptoms to qualify:
- Inability to function or perform duties of daily living, which could include shopping, cooking, or paying bills.
- Difficulty functioning socially, which could include avoiding family or fearing strangers.
- Difficulty concentrating or completing tasks.
- Repeated episodes of decompensation, which could include hospitalizations.
Don’t meet the SSA’s requirements for Disability for Anxiety?
Don’t give up.
If you don’t meet the SSA’s requirements, you may still be awarded Benefits for Anxiety. If you can convince the Social Security Administration, through medical evidence, that your condition prevents you from working any kind of job ― including simple, sedentary or light work ― you could still qualify for benefits.
Denied Disability for Anxiety Disorder? It’s not the end of the line.
Many claims for Disability for Anxiety are initially denied. In fact, it is quite common. The good news is that you can appeal a denied Disability claim and, with a seasoned Disability attorney, you’ve got a shot at success. Don’t procrastinate. You’ve only got 60 days to file an appeal.
Let the team at McDonald Law Firm handle your claim or appeal for Disability for Anxiety. Get real representation ― right now.
At McDonald Law Firm, our experienced staff and attorneys will oversee your claim or appeal for Disability for Anxiety. We will gather the necessary information, fill out the required paperwork and make a strong, convincing case on your behalf. We’ll do the work, taking the worry and stress off of you
There’s no money down. Our fees are set by the federal government and are contingent upon winning your case. We don’t get paid unless we are successful at getting you benefits.
We have helped thousands of people obtain justly deserved Social Security Disability benefits and we would like to help you, too. Call our law office today at 855-702-9061 and we’ll get started immediately.