Blount County Alabama Disability Lawyer Bipolar Disorder

If you live in Oneonta, Blountsville, Hayden, or anywhere in Blount County, and you have been denied disability benefits for your bipolar disorder, don't given up-contact Powell and Denny

Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) is a serious medical condition which can, and often does, prevent a person from holding down a full time job. Person's suffering from bipolar disorder can experience severe mood swings; from periods of crushing depression in which getting out of bed can be an excruciating task, to times in which the person experiences manic highs in which nothing seems impossible and the person jumps from one excited idea to another without ever finishing a task. As severe as the depression can be, often persons suffering from manic depression do not like taking medication for their condition because the manic highs are so enthralling, but when questioned, they generally all say that during their highs they often engage in dangerous activities without regard for the consequences and that during this period it is hard for others to be around them.

The Social Security Administration considers bipolar disorder a disabling condition when the person has a history of periods characterized with both manic and depressive symptoms which causes at least two of the following: (i) marked restrictions in activities of daily living; (ii) marked difficulties in maintaining social functioning; (iii) marked difficulties in maintaining concentration, persistence, or pace or (iv) results in repeated episodes of decompensation of extended duration.

When filing for Social Security Disability benefits due to the effects of manic depression, it is vital to have a well documented mental health history. In many situations the person suffering from bipolar disorder/manic depression has been without a job and does not have insurance. In these cases, it is important that the person has availed themselves to any free or discounted medical care available to them in the region in which they live; it takes a medical professional to diagnosis bipolar disorder.

If you live in Blount County Alabama, and have been diagnosed as suffering with bipolar disorder or manic depression and you have been denied Social Security Disability or SSI benefits, don't give up, contact the experienced Alabama Disability attorneys at Powell and Denny

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Blount County Alabama Disability Lawyer Bipolar Disorder

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