Looking for help getting PTSD Disability benefits?
We know how to handle PTSD Disability claims.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by a traumatic event – and it can be debilitating. It can cause nightmares, panic attacks, and severe anxiety. Sometimes, it can keep you from working and bringing home a paycheck.
That’s when you need professional legal help.
If you’ve been diagnosed with PTSD and are expected to be out of work for at least a year, please contact the Disability team at McDonald Law Firm. We will get to work immediately to help you secure the PTSD Disability benefits you need to support yourself and your family.
We’ve represented thousands of disabled workers, including military veterans who are suffering from PTSD and other traumatic injuries. We know exactly what to do to get you the Disability benefits you’ve earned.
Improve your chances of getting PTSD Disability benefits. Medical records and documentation are key.
Obviously, the folks at the Social Security Administration (SSA) do not live with you and don’t see what you are going through on a daily basis. That’s why medical records and documentation are extremely important. Ask your friends and family to keep a journal of your behavior and be sure to see your psychologist or psychiatrist regularly. Your records should contain:
- A detailed description of a typical PTSD episode, including the frequency and duration of any panic attacks and what brought on the symptoms.
- Descriptions of your symptoms. These could include a persistent fear of an object, activity or situation; severe panic attacks; intense apprehension, fear or terror; or recurrent obsessions, compulsions or recollections that caused distress.
- Descriptions of how your symptoms prohibit your ability to function at home, at work, and in social situations.
Denied PTSD Disability Claim? Don’t give up.
It’s sad but it’s true: The government denies most initial applications for Social Security Disability benefits. This is especially true with mental conditions. If your PTSD Disability claim has been turned down, turn to us. We’re experienced at appealing denied Disability claims. Don’t delay, though. You only have 60 days to file an appeal after receiving your denial letter.
Contact SSDHelpNow.com today.
It doesn’t matter where you are in the Disability process, we can help. The quicker you call, the quicker you’ll get a decision on your PTSD Disability application or appeal. Call today: 855-702-9061.