SSD Benefits For Anxiety Disorders And Other Mental Conditions
Depression is technically considered by the SSA as an affective disorder. When considering whether to approve a claim for disability benefits for depression from our Portland law firm, the SSA will look to see whether you have decreased energy, thoughts of suicide or other symptoms that keep you from doing even the most basic life activities.
Anxiety-related disorders can lead to eligibility for SSDI benefits if we can demonstrate that your anxiety disorder has resulted in persistent anxiety, irrational fears, frequent panic attacks, obsessive or compulsive behavior or PTSD-type symptoms.
No matter what specific symptoms you exhibit, your depression and/or anxiety should result in you being unable to do the things that are enjoyable in life: going out with your family, focusing while you watch a TV show, even getting out of bed.
It is important to have the proper documentation when you apply for disability benefits for depression or anxiety with our Portland law firm. These include test results, doctors’ and psychologists’ opinions and other medical records.
Get Help With Your Claim
If you have questions about Portland disability benefits for depression, anxiety and other mental disorders, we encourage you to contact JP Law for a free, no-obligation consultation. Call 503-245-6309 or toll free 866-945-1978, or send an email.