Cannot Work Due To Depression?

Millions of Americans suffer from depression. Unfortunately, many people misunderstand depression. Often, people assume that people with depression simply have a poor outlook on life or have failed in some way to seek appropriate treatment.

People who suffer from depression understand that it is a serious medical condition. While anti-depressant medications can provide relief for some individuals, there are many others who find that depression is a chronic condition that responds poorly to treatment. In addition, many people with depression also suffer from anxiety and other mental health issues that can be debilitating.

If you are unable to work due to depression, you may be entitled to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, which are often referred to simply as Social Security Disability benefits.

Dale Buchanan & Associates Can Help

If you are unable to work because you suffer from depression, help is available. At Dale Buchanan & Associates, we have helped thousands of clients with mental disabilities obtain Social Security Disability benefits.

Disability law is our focus. Our attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience in Social Security Disability law. We have helped many clients who suffer from depression and other mental health challenges obtain the Social Security benefits they are entitled to receive.

Do Not Give Up Hope

If your application for Social Security Disability benefits has been denied, do not give up hope. Most initial applications are denied, but we have a strong record of results in SSDI appeals. If you are not eligible for SSDI benefits, we may be able to help you obtain Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits if you have limited economic means. Whereas SSDI requires that you have worked and paid into the Social Security system, there is no similar work requirement for SSI benefits. Visit our Supplemental Security Income (SSI) page to learn more.

Free Consultations For Clients Nationwide

We now have offices in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Jackson and Manchester, Tennessee. We also maintain an office in Florence, Alabama, and a satellite office in Rome, Georgia. We serve clients throughout the United States.

We charge no fees in disability cases unless we recover benefits for you. To schedule your free consultation with a Social Security Disability lawyer at our firm, call 800-945-4950 or contact us by email.