Mental Disability Claims in Alabama

It can be incredibly difficult to obtain benefits on the basis of mental disorders. This is partially because employers, the Social Security Administration, and even some physicians are, in general, very skeptical of mental health claims. At Johnston, Moore & Weston, we understand just how limiting and incapacitating mental disorders can be, and we’re committed to helping you attain the benefits to which you are entitled. When you need an attorney who will always treat you with compassion and help preserve your dignity while looking through your SSD (social security disability) claim on the basis of a mental disorder, we’re the right firm for the job.

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Our attorneys in Birmingham are experienced in handling mental disorder cases for both SSD and SSI (supplemental income) throughout Alabama. We’ve also successfully fought for our clients’ rights, which is an important distinction to make. If you are looking for effective SSD and SSI attorneys in Alabama, look no further than the experts at Johnston, Moore & Weston.

Mental Health Claim Lawyers in Birmingham

At the law firm of Johnston, Moore & Weston, we understand how to handle a wide array of mental disability claims. We’re well-versed in both the medical criteria as well as the resulting corroborating evidence needed to help prove that your diagnosed disorder is disabling. This includes cognitive and mental deficit claims regarding:

  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Clinical Depression
  • Mental Retardation
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Borderline IQ Disabilities

Our attorneys are ready and willing to help review your case and determine the best way to move forward. We’ll put our collective knowledge and experience together to help move through your initial claims as well as your appeals and hearings in an effective manner to help ensure that you receive the benefits you need. We’re not afraid to collaborate with neurologists, physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and vocational specialists in building your case, either.

For more information about how our attorneys can help you with your claim, contact the law firm of Johnston, Moore & Weston today!