Yes, you can. However, many people have panic and anxiety disorder but it’s not of disabling severity. Often symptoms can be at least partially controlled or well controlled with medication. If that is the case, then the condition does not impair your ability to function in a way that it needs to be in order to claim Social Security Disability. For Social Security Disability your condition has to be so severe that despite medication and despite treatment with a psychiatrist and hopefully a psychologist or a therapist your condition is so severe that you cannot function in a job situation for at least a 12 month period of time.
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Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
Collecting Social Security For Mental Disability In Columbus, OH
To collect Social Security for mental disability in Columbus, OH, you must ensure there is enough medical evidence to prove you cannot work and earn a living because of your medical condition. There
Disability Benefits for People Over Sixty
Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits in Your Sixties. If you feel you are unable to work due to a physical or mental disability, know that you have options. The Social Security
Social Security Continuing Disability Review of Benefits
What You Should Know about Social Security’s Continuing Disability Review of Benefits. A Continuing Disability Review (CDR) is a routine review done by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
2021 Cost-of-Living Adjustment for Social Security Recipients.
A COLA or Cost-Of-Living Adjustment for Social Security disability and retirement recipients is in place for 2021. Since 1975, Social Security's general benefit increases have been based on
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Do I Need an Attorney To File for Social Security Disability?
While it is not required to hire an attorney to apply for Social Security Disability benefits, a lawyer can be helpful. If you disagree with the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) decision, an
Can I Get Both Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability Benefits at the Same Time?
You can get both workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability benefits at the same time in Pennsylvania, although you may not be able to draw the full amount of Social Security Disability
What is the difference between SSI and SSD?
The difference between SSD and SSI are the technical qualifications for those benefits beyond the requirement that you’re being disabled. For SSD, you have to have worked and paid FICA taxes, which
Can You Work Part-Time on Social Security Disability?
If you are disabled from an accident, you can work under some circumstances and still receive Social Security Disability benefits. Furthermore, Social Security provides work incentives and programs