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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Disability Benefits and Marriage
Will I Lose My Disability Benefits If I Get Married ?Marriage can change a lot of things when it comes to an individual’s personal finances, and disability benefits can be one of them.Many
Medicare and Medicaid Eligibility For Social Security Disability Recipients
Individuals who have been approved for disability benefits are entitled to either Medicare or Medicaid coverage. Those approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) will receive Medicare and those
Creating A My Social Security Account: Why it is Important
Creating a my social security account through the SSA’s website is a free and secure way to access your personal Social Security Information at any time.This account is beneficial for those who
Social Security Recipients Will Receive Stimulus Checks
Social Security Recipients Will Automatically Receive Stimulus Checks.Recipients of Social Security Benefits will receive economic stimulus checks automatically. Currently this includes Social
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Do I Need A Lawyer For Social Security Disability In Pennsylvania?
While it is not legally required to have a lawyer for Social Security disability in Pennsylvania, having someone on your side to ensure you have the proper documentation may improve your chances of
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
How Long Does It Take to Start Recovering Social Security Benefits?
How long it takes to start recovering Social Security benefits varies from case to case. It is a question many people have as it is difficult to support yourself or your family when you are unable to
What Are the 3 Most Common Physical Disabilities?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), three of the most common physical disabilities that affect people include arthritis, heart disease, and respiratory disorders.