Social Security Disability Claims For Bipolar Disorder

One of my children suffers from bipolar disorder. As a result, I understand the issues you face in the workplace. I am a member of the National Association of Disability Representatives and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives. I know the law and can help you obtain the disability benefits you deserve.
— Firm founder Katherine L. Niven

Many people who suffer from bipolar disorder can get jobs but have difficulty keeping them. Unfortunately, obtaining Social Security Disability benefits for a mental illness can be extremely difficult on your own. It usually takes the help of your doctor and an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer.

At the Law Offices of Katherine L. Niven & Associates, PC, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, we represent people who suffer from mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder. Even if you have already been turned down for Social Security Disability Income or Supplemental Security Income, we may be able to help you obtain benefits upon appeal. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

Social Security Disability And Bipolar Disorder

The Social Security Administration recognizes bipolar disorder as a disabling health condition. However, you need to submit proper medical documentation to support your claim. As a result, it is essential for you to see a psychiatrist and try using your prescribed medications.

If you do not have medical insurance, our lawyers will help you explore your options. Your county's Mental Health and Developmental Services (MH/DS) office can provide referrals to providers and determine your eligibility for assistance.

Contact One Of Our SSDI And SSI Attorneys

Contact Katherine L. Niven & Associates to discuss your bipolar disorder disability claim with a lawyer. Initial consultations are always free. You can reach us by phone at 717-260-3580 or toll free at 866-321-5340. You can also reach us via email.