Emotional shifts affecting your ability to work?
Get Disability for Bipolar Disorder.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) recognizes Bipolar Disorder is a chronic mental illness that, in some cases, can prevent individuals from performing basic work functions. If you’ve been suffering for at least two years and are having trouble keeping or maintaining a job, you may be able to receive Disability for Bipolar Disorder. A monthly check can help make ends meet and improve your quality of life.
Unsure whether you qualify for Disability for Bipolar Disorder? We can help.
To qualify for Social Security Disability for Bipolar benefits, certain qualifications must be met and backed up by medical evidence, including:
- A history of mania and depression
- Restricted daily activities
- Difficulty maintaining social activities
- Long periods of decompensation
- Difficulty with persistence, concentration or pace
- Medically documented history that spans at least two years
- Documentation that shows limited ability to perform basic work functions even when prescribed medication is taken and psychological help is sought
Winning Social Security Disability for Bipolar can be difficult.
Getting Disability for Bipolar Disorder isn’t easy. Your chances go up when you can pinpoint specific examples that prevented you from getting through a workday. Because it may be difficult to recognize your own behavior, it may be helpful to ask a friend, family member or co-worker to help you identity behaviors and activities that impacted your capacity for work, including:
- Needing to take frequent unscheduled breaks
- Missing three or more days of work each month
- Suffering emotional breakdowns at work
- Difficulty getting along with co-workers or supervisors
- Unable to follow simple instructions
We understand Disability for Bipolar.
Bipolar is a serious mental illness that can make it difficult to complete every day tasks and perform basic job functions. The Disability attorneys at McDonald Law Firm will work to get you the financial support you need so you can better cope with your illness. Whether you are applying for Disability benefits for the first time or need to appeal a denied decision, we can help.
Best of all, our service will not cost you anything up-front. We work on contingency, which mean we only get paid if we are successful at getting you benefits. Even then, our attorney fees are capped and taken by the federal government out of the back pay award. Contact our team and let’s get started today. Call 855-702-9061.