Social Security Disability and Depression

Approximately 18.8 million American adults, or about 9.5 percent of the U.S population age 18 or older suffer from a depressive disorder. Depression affects all ages and populations. Common symptoms for those suffering from Depression include difficulty concentrating, fatigue, insomnia or excessive sleeping, irritability, restlessness, loss of interest in activities, overeating or appetite loss, persistent aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems that do not ease even with treatment, persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” feelings, thoughts of suicide and/or suicide attempts. While many individuals suffering from Depression are able to hold jobs with proper treatment and therapy, for some this is simply impossible. If you are unable to work as a result of Depression, or any other condition, Social Security Disability can provide essential benefits. At Disability Advocates Group, we have successfully assisted many clients suffering from Depression to get the Social Security Disability benefits they need and deserve.

SSI and Depression

Applying for and receiving Social Security Disability benefits (SSDI or SSI) based on your Depression can be challenging. The signs and symptoms of Depression are often misunderstood. If you are suffering from Depression and are no longer able to work, you should contact an attorney specializing in Social Security Disability to improve your chances of receiving SSDI or SSI benefits.

SSDI and Depression

If you are suffering from Depression, you know how debilitating this condition can be. So do we. We understand that when you are dealing with Depression, completing forms, obtaining medical records, and figuring out all the steps to receiving Social Security Disability can be difficult, if not impossible. That’s why at Disability Advocates Group we take all the work out of applying for Social Security Disability benefits.

We will help you at every stage of the process.

If you need an attorney who is experienced in representing clients seeking SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE (SSDI) or SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) benefits, contact Disability Advocates Group today at (800) 935-3170, or online to schedule a free initial consultation.