If You Can't Work Due to PTSD, Call Now

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that develops after an individual experiences extreme psychological trauma. An individual may develop PTSD after experiencing war, a physical attack, rape, serious accident, or another traumatic event. Individuals with PTSD may find it difficult or impossible to function in a typical manner, affecting their personal and professional lives.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may be available for people who have been diagnosed with PTSD and are unable to work. I am New Jersey post-traumatic stress disorder lawyer Pamela Levine. At my law firm, Levine Law, LLC, I help people through the SSDI and SSI application and appeals processes. If an anxiety or panic disorder prevents you from earning a living, I urge you to contact my law office to talk about your legal options.

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Seeking Disability Benefits for an Anxiety Disorder

The Social Security Administration recognizes post-traumatic stress disorder and other panic and anxiety disorders as debilitating mental health conditions. If you have been diagnosed with PTSD and are unable to work because of your condition, I can help you understand your options for seeking SSDI or SSI benefits. I understand how dramatically your life can be affected by a traumatic event. I am here to help you seek the benefits you need and deserve when an anxiety disorder has affected your ability to work.

Certain companies that assist people with Social Security Disability issues use nonattorneys whose fees are the same as an attorney's. At Levine Law, LLC, you will always work with an attorney.

Contact a New York PTSD Lawyer

Contact me today to learn more about seeking disability benefits for PTSD or another anxiety disorder. From offices in Newark and Montclair, New Jersey, I represent clients in communities throughout New Jersey, the New York City metro region and across the country.