Mental Impairments

Chronic mental disorders are a common reason people apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Applying for these benefits can be a complicated process.

West Coast Disability Legal Center is here to help you.

Experienced Attorneys, Not Non-Attorney Representatives

At West Coast Disability Legal Center, our experienced lawyers have helped thousands of people just like you. We handle the paperwork and the government so you can focus on getting the mental health treatment you need.

Every case at West Coast Disability Legal Center receives personal attention from one of our experienced attorneys. At every stage of the claims process, you will have a competent attorney by your side, providing you with the necessary legal advice to make you successful in your claim for benefits.

We have represented more than 2,000 disability benefits claimants at Social Security Disability Insurance hearings and countless other clients at various stages of the process. Our exceptional customer service remains unmatched by any of our competitors.

Call West Coast Disability Legal Center at (800) 459-3017 and experience the difference.

Types Of Mental Impairments

If you have a mental disability that is expected to last a year or more and you are unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits.

Some of the common mental impairments that keep people from working include:

This list is not complete, and determining mental disability requires the expertise of an attorney. While other law firms use non-attorney "representatives" to work with their clients, our clients work directly with an experienced attorney who is familiar with all of Social Security's rules and regulations.

We take the time to answer your questions about mental impairments, and we truly believe no question is too simple or too complex. We want you to feel comfortable and confident that you have chosen an attorney who understands not only Social Security Disability law but also the struggles you face on a daily basis due to your illness.

Contact West Coast Disability Legal Center

To schedule your free consultation with a Long Beach mental impairment attorney from West Coast Disability Legal Center, please call us at (800) 459-3017. You can also make an appointment by contacting our firm online.