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Qualifying for Social Security Disability with Bipolar Disorder

Previously known as manic-depressive disorder or manic depression, bipolar disorder involves periods of extreme happiness (mania) followed by periods of extreme depression that can take over a person's entire life.  If you or someone you love has bipolar disorder, you may be able to receive Social Security Disability benefits if your symptoms meet the Social Security Administration's criteria.


At Binder and Binder® we can help you obtain benefits if you have bipolar disorder.  Please click on the link below to complete our free, online questionnaire, and someone will call you to discuss your case.


What is to average waiting time for a hearing to be set-up in kansas? i applied april 2008 have been denied twice, i have an adovcate but he doesn't seem to do anything. i have had 3 spinal fusion one level in lumbar three in neck i have degenerative disc disease do say more sirgery in furture but for now i'm on morphine and hydro plus lyric and muscle relaxs. would u take over the case?

I'm not exactly sure how long it takes in Kansas to get a hearing date, but the average wait time around the country is 12 to 18 months.

Based on your condition, it does sound like you have a viable Social Security Disability claim. Please complete our free, online questionnaire by clicking on the link below and one of our representatives will call you back to see if we can help you.

Thank you very much! I just got my letter today, finding fully favorable.
It took awhile, but we prevailed. Thanks again.

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