Essex County Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Lawyers

A traumatic event can create lasting emotional and mental problems for years afterward. These problems can manifest themselves as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This condition is commonly associated with veterans returning from war, but people from all walks of life suffer from PTSD. For instance, victims of violent crime are often diagnosed with PTSD after the act. Law enforcement agents and firefighters may have PTSD. Symptoms of this condition can include flashbacks, nightmares and constant feelings of fear and anxiety.

In the worst cases, people with PTSD have difficulties functioning in society. Many people with PTSD are unable to withstand the stress of the workplace and cannot support themselves financially. If you have PTSD and cannot work due to this condition, you may be able to get Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits.

Morris County PTSD Attorneys Working To Help People Get SSD Benefits

For many years, the lawyers of Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, have offered experienced, resourceful representation for people across New Jersey seeking SSD benefits. We understand the difficulties associated with proving these types of cases and are ready to rise to the challenge. Our Essex County post-traumatic stress disorder attorneys will carefully compile all available evidence to show that you meet the applicable criteria. We will work with your medical providers, referring you to specialists when necessary, in order to document exactly how your PTSD has impacted your life.

If your claim has already been denied, do not lose hope. The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies many claims. Further, it can take a very long time for the SSA to make a decision. Our law firm is devoted to helping people with all types of conditions get the benefits they need in the fastest possible time frame.

Contact Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod

It will cost you nothing to work with our law firm. We offer free initial consultations and accept all disability claims on a contingent fee basis. Call 973-535-3388 or email us to get started.