Tips On How To Receive Social Security Disability Benefits Due To Bipolar Disorder

Tips On How To Receive Social Security Disability Benefits Due To Bipolar Disorder

Anyone who suffers from or has a loved one who suffers from bipolar disorder knows that the symptoms can be disabling. Suffering from bipolar disorder means more than subtle mood swings. Chemical imbalances in the brain can leave sufferers enduring severe high and low moods, Mood swings can be short-lived or can last for weeks or even months, disrupting everyday routines, stable relationships and the pursuit of employment.  Other symptoms may include: insomnia, sleep deprivation, fatigue, suicidal thoughts, an inability to concentrate or remember, the need to compulsively shop or spend money, extreme optimism or inflated self-esteem, poor judgment, and rapid speech.

If you or someone you love is suffering from bipolar disorder, it is important to seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Without treatment, your mental health condition and symptoms may worsen and serious side effects such as suicidal thoughts may increase. Seeking treatment also creates a medical history of your mental health illness that will be useful to prove your eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits. Writing in a journal or using a calendar to document episodes of mania or depression is also helpful. At the Disability and Injury Law Offices of David R. Machek, we are experienced in helping those diagnosed with bipolar disorder and their families collect the Social Security Disability benefits they need and deserve.  We can help you pursue disability benefits through the Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs.

Let the Disability and Injury Law Offices of David R. Machek help you with your Social Security disability or SSI disability case. Our law firm exists only to serve disabled people. I have over 25 years of legal experience in Social Security disability law and I am paid only if you receive Social Security disability and/or SSI benefits. For more information about your Social Security disability case or to schedule a free initial consultation and case evaluation with a trusted SSDI and SSI disability lawyer serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding region, please contact us online or call our Jenkintown 215-385-5353 or Philadelphia 215-323-5320 office to arrange a free initial consultation with our disability lawyer about SSD/SSI eligibility. Let us help you get the Social Security disability benefits you need and deserve.   www.disabilitylawpa.com