As a depression disability attorney I understand there are many issues to address. Depression is a listing under the rules of Social Social Security Disability, it involves things such as mood disturbances, and partial or full episodes of manic behavior. In providing strong representation as a depression disability attorney I keep up to date on what social security looks at in your claim. Social Security Disability considers Mood to be your prolonged state of emotion, sometimes this can either be thoughts of excitement, or delusions of grandeur, or it can be prolonged episodes of depression involving hospital care for mental illness. Let me be your depression disability attorney.
Many times depression cases involve a great deal of records on your mental health. Some things that disability looks at in the records are; your energy levels; your feelings of self worth; sleeping patterns; loss of interest in things; suicidal thoughts; decreased need for sleep; hyperactivity; hallucinations. These are some of the issues that your medical records usually address when it comes to your mental illness and depression.
Social Security Disability takes the above mentioned factors and then asks you; have you had episodes of mental breakdowns? Are your activities severely marked, ie effected? Are there repeated episodes of mental breakdowns, and how long do they last? Can you adjust to the surroundings of a changing work place? These are some of the issues that disability will look at along with your medical records that contain specific facts about your mental health and depression.
Depression is a real chemical imbalance, the diagnosis of it, and the treatment of depression has come a long way. Social Security Disability recognizes that depression is real and as such it has become a listing under which disability can be granted if you meet the requirements.
Please give me a call toll free at 1-(877) 271-2633, or local at (615) 308-2633 and I would be pleased to assist you in your disability claim. If you can’t come to my law office, I will come to meet you.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.