SSDI And SSI Lawyer For Mental Impairments Claims In Wisconsin And Minnesota

Cognitive, Psychological and Psychiatric Mental Health Issues and SSDI/SSI

The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs recognize that certain types of mental, emotional and psychological disabilities may render the person unable to return to work to earn a living. If you reside in western Wisconsin or the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and feel that you or a loved one has a valid claim for SSDI payments, turn to Nicolet Law Office, S.C., for help.

We are a team of dedicated lawyers and legal professionals that understands the requirements for getting initial claims processed quickly. If you have already submitted a claim but have been denied, bring your SSDI or SSI denial letter to us. Our firm offers a free consultation to review your case and offer options for ways we can help file a successful appeal.

Some of the common mental impairments and emotional disorders that often qualify for benefits include:

  • Depression, including bipolar disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Anxiety disorders, including schizophrenia
  • Severe ADD/ADHD

While most workers can easily equate a physical injury with the inability to return to work, it can be challenging for some to put psychological distress in the same category. Fortunately, the government understands that the emotional trauma of depression, anxiety and PTSD can be debilitating. Our attorneys have provided years of dedicated service to clients struggling with mental impairment. We will fight every step of the way to ensure you recover the workers' compensation benefits you deserve. Nicolet Law Office, S.C., understands the severity of psychological disability and will provide the legal guidance and attention you need.

Disability Benefits For Alcoholism And Substance Addiction

In most cases, chemical dependency by itself will not qualify for government benefits. However, alcoholism and drug addiction are often the result of self-medicating for a mental or emotional disability that lies at the root of the abuse. We will advise you on strategies for determining the proper mental illness to improve your chances of receiving benefits.

Free Consultation To Evaluate Your Case — No Attorneys' Fees If You Are Not Approved

Call us toll free at 800-456-6956 or send an email with an explanation of your circumstances. We will reply as quickly as possible to arrange a free case evaluation. If we handle your SSDI or SSI claim, you will pay no money upfront. We only collect fees if we help you get your claim approved.