Mental Health Disability Lawyers2018-05-18T20:47:38+00:00

Mental Health Disability Lawyers Manchester NH

Mental Health Impairments And Disability Benefits

For many who suffer with mental health impairments, maintaining employment is simply not possible. A mental health disability can impair your ability to remember, concentrate, work with others and perform other tasks that are necessary to most jobs.

The good news is that Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are available for those who cannot work due to mental health problems. The process for obtaining these benefits is difficult, but an experienced disability lawyer can make all the difference.

The mental health disability lawyers at Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery & Bandazian, P.A., understand the tremendous difficulties facing those who suffer from mental health impairments such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Our lawyers serve clients in Manchester, in Nashua and throughout New Hampshire and have a proven record of success helping people in need obtain disability benefits.

We can guide you through all aspects of the SSDI process, including your initial application and any necessary appeals. Remember, most applications are denied at the initial stage. It is during the appeals process that you have the best chance of being accepted.

We are well-versed in the types of evidence, including disability documentation from mental health professionals, needed for a successful claim.

Contact Us About Disability For Mental Illness In New Hampshire

Our mental health disability lawyers are here to make the SSDI process work for you. Contact us by email, complete and submit the form on this page or call 603 625-6441 to arrange an initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

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