Mental Conditions Eligible For Disability Benefits

Mental Conditions, Eligible for Disability Benefits, are Very Difficult to Substantiate Thus the Need for an Experienced Social Security Attorney

If your mental condition keeps you from working, you may be eligible to file a Social Security or SSD Case and receive benefits. Many believe that by doing some research and getting to know the Social Security Disability Basics, they can represent themselves. Since the rules applicable to Mental Conditions, Eligible for Disability Benefits, are quite complex, the assistance of an experienced Social Security Disability attorney is vital. This is especially true if you have filed on your own and been denied, thus must attend a hearing next.

To reiterate, most applicants have the common misconception that Social Security will assist them, once they apply, because Mental Conditions, Eligible for Disability Benefits, are easy to prove. Nothing can be further from the truth as Mental Conditions, Eligible for Disability Benefits, must be proven by the applicant or his/her attorney. If you are looking for an experienced Social Security Disability Advocate in Glendale, look no further than Disability Claim Advocates, Inc.

We have represented hundreds of similar mental claims before the Social Security Administration and can assist you too. Our lawyers have more than twenty years of cumulative experience and we know what it takes to ultimately win. While our office is located in Glendale, CA, we can help clients throughout the greater Los Angeles area. We can help you file a new claim or in the alternative, file an appeal if you have been denied. Moreover, all potential clients are offered a free initial consultation or what is commonly known as a “free case review”. This will allow our firm to get to know your claim and tell you whether or not we can take your case. Lastly, since we work on a contingent basis, a client will not be required to pay us a fee until we are able to get them a favorable outcome.

So go ahead, give us a call at (818) 244-2277 or complete the free case evaluation form found above.