Suffering from physical impairments is not the only thing that could result in a disabling condition. In fact, many Florida residents suffer from medical conditions that are not physical. These conditions may or may not be visible; however, these conditions can be disabling nonetheless. Suffering from a mental disorder can be challenging, and whether an individual was born with one or acquired it later in life due to an illness or injury, it is important to understand what rights are afforded to those living with a mental condition.
Social Security disability benefits can provide the financial needs required to make ends meet for those living with a disability. This is especially true and necessary for those unable to work or maintain a job with gainful employment. Applying for these benefits can be difficult, as many are uncertain if they will be approved or if they even qualify. Because of that, the Lawrence Law firm is dedicated to helping residents in the Tampa area recover disability benefits wed to them.
With more than 25 years of experience, our law firm has helped clients successfully apply for and receive the Social Security disability benefits they need to get by. Whether you are applying for SSDI, SSI or both, it is essential to understand what qualifies an applicant for these benefits and what steps an applicant should take to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s Social Security disability for mental conditions website. Whether you are suffering from a psychological, psychiatric or cognitive issue, it is possible to qualify for SSD benefits. These benefits can be essential and necessary; therefore, individuals should timely understand their options.