Experienced Advocacy for Clients With Mental Disabilities
Has your mental condition or illness made it impossible for you to perform a job and earn income? Is your spouse or another family member suffering from a serious mental disability? Are you becoming increasingly concerned or desperate when it comes to your financial future?
Many people suffering from clinically accepted mental disabilities receive Social Security Disability benefits from the U.S. government. However, it is essential to recognize that most DIB and SSI claims are initially denied — and that the ultimate approval of your claim based on a mental disability could well depend on the skill of the attorney you choose to pursue your appeal. We put this outcome within reach for many people throughout southeast Michigan.
Experienced Lawyers Who Understand Your Medical Condition
Among hundreds of successes achieved for our clients with disabilities, we have obtained benefits for people suffering from mental conditions such as:
- Major depression and/or an anxiety disorder
- Manic-depressive or bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Our work at Babut Law Offices, PLLC, extends across a full range of adult disability claims and children’s SSI cases on behalf of people impacted by conditions such as autism, mental retardation and cerebral palsy. We have the proven skill to handle complex cases involving hard-to-prove disabilities, and our Social Security disability appeals lawyer J. Gregory (Greg) Frye brings well over a decade of focused experience to each case.
Secure Assistance From Both Medical and Legal Professionals
If you have not yet spoken to your doctor about persistent sadness, panic attacks, severe mood swings or other such problems, we urge you to make that call as soon as possible. We want you to get the treatment you need to feel better. For the longer term, having a solid medical diagnosis and treatment record will likely be essential to your Social Security Disability claim.
To speak with an Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti mental disabilities attorney prepared to offer sound counsel and take action for you, call us at (734) 485-7000 or email us now. Our work together can begin with a free consultation, and you will owe no attorney fees unless we take your case and obtain benefits for you.