Social Security Lawyers Seeking Benefits for Schizophrenia Victims
If your schizophrenia is preventing you from working or is expected to keep you from earning more than $1,000 a month for at least one year, you may be eligible for disability benefits.
At Midwest Disability, we help people who are unable to work as a result of schizophrenia to apply for and obtain disability benefits. We provide a broad range of comprehensive legal services, including helping our clients prepare initial applications and fighting for their rights in administrative hearings and appeals. We have even argued these issues before the United States Supreme Court.
Diagnosis and Treatment the Key to Your Claim
Someone saying you are a schizophrenic is not enough, unless that someone is a doctor who is properly documenting your symptoms. For many victims, they are unable to function normally as a result of irrational fear, which prevents them from working. If this is the case in your situation, it is critical to make sure your treatment regimen and medication history is properly documented.
Honest Is the Best Policy
We can’t obtain Social Security Disability benefits for you without providing medical evidence and documentation of your impairment, but you don’t want to mislead or lie to a doctor about your medical condition.
When you talk to your doctor, be completely honest. Don’t exaggerate your condition but don’t leave anything out either. You should follow through on your doctor’s orders with respect to future care, treatment, referrals and prescriptions as well.
Contact a Schizophrenia Attorney
For a free case evaluation with a skilled attorney from our firm, contact us online or call us directly at 888-351-0427. We take all cases on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits.