Paranoid Personality Disorder and Long-Term Disability Benefits

There are a variety of psychiatric problems known as personality disorders that can seriously affect a person’s ability to function and socialize normally. One such disorder that can cause long-term disability is paranoid personality disorder, or PPD. This mental health condition affects a person’s ability to interact well with others because it makes you feel constantly anxious around other people. This is caused by the irrational belief that everyone you meet is somehow against you. Frustratingly, this personality disorder makes it difficult to work well with others in a professional environment.

If you or someone you suffers from paranoid personality disorder and can no longer work, you may be eligible for long-term disability insurance benefits to remain financially stable. Unfortunately, some insurance companies act in bad faith and may deny your claim. If you have been denied benefits, contact the Indiana long-term disability benefits lawyers of Hankey Law Office, at (800) 520-3633 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

Paranoid Personality Disorder Symptoms

Roughly 4.5% of people in the United States suffer from paranoid personality disorder. Some symptoms of this psychiatric condition include:

  • Inability to let go of grudges toward people
  • Lack of self-esteem
  • Isolating themselves in social settings
  • Suspicious of other people
  • Hostile towards others
  • Inability to trust other people

Living with this condition can be very stressful and can make working in a professional environment difficult and even impossible. You may need long-term disability benefits to help you with financial stability so call one of our attorneys today.

Contact Us

At Hankey Law Office, our Indiana long-term disability insurance attorneys are here to help you fight for the financial compensation you need. If you suffer a long-term disability such as PPD and require assistance with securing benefits, call one of our qualified legal representatives today at (800) 520-3633.