Just as the body can be injured, the mind and emotions can be injured in a way that makes a person's life more challenging. In some situations, a psychological injury can make it difficult or impossible to work, either temporarily or on a long-term basis.
You are entitled to workers' compensation benefits for your injuries. We will help you get them. Contact our firm today at 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 for a free consultation.
Get The Workers' Comp And SSDI Benefits To Which You Are Entitled
If you or a loved one is dealing with a serious psychological or emotional problem, benefits may be available through federal Social Security Disability programs or, in the case of work-related psychological injuries, workers' compensation. These benefits can provide income to cover important expenses, as well as medical coverage.
If you or a family member is eligible for Social Security or workers' comp benefits, the Valdosta, Georgia, firm of Closson, Bass & Tomberlin can help you make sure you get the help you are entitled to receive. We handle cases related to psychological injuries such as:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) related to difficult experiences
- Symptoms of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that affect behavior, cognition or emotional well-being
- Learning disabilities or developmental challenges that inhibit a person's ability to work or function adequately in other areas of life
- Depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders and mood disorders that result in functional impairment
- Chronic pain disorders related to stress or other factors
- Psychotic disorders like schizophrenia
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Undiagnosed conditions
Each person's situation is different. If you believe you may qualify for benefits based on a psychological or mental disability, talk to one of our lawyers regarding your options.
Contact A Lowndes County Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Attorney
Contact us at 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 for a free consultation with a Valdosta psychological injury and SSDI attorney. We can answer your questions about your eligibility for benefits and help you understand your legal rights.