Long-term disability benefits for people with Bipolar Disorder

Persons suffering from bipolar disorder may be able to receive long term disability benefits when they are no longer able to do their work.

In the United States alone over three percent of the adult population is affected by bipolar disorder. Typically, those suffering from this disorder can no longer work properly due to a sudden shifting of moods from mania to depression. Additionally, judgment can be impaired due to the disorder, causing problems with completing work tasks. Furthermore, people with bipolar disorder tend to suffer from lack of appetite, fatigue, and other mental problems, all of which make it difficult to work.

Bbipolar disorder is included in the top ten causes of disability in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

If you or someone you know can no longer work after being disabled due to bipolar disorder, you may be eligible to file for long term disability benefits to help you pay for medical bills and other living expenses. Find out how our Indianapolis-based lawyers from the Hankey Law Office may assist you with filing a claim by calling (800) 520-3633 today.