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Disabling psychiatric conditions typically include such conditions as clinical depression, bi-polar disorder, phobias and compulsive disorders.

These conditions are usually diagnosed by a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist and can be objectified through psychological testing such as the MMPI. Psychiatric impairments can also be aggravated by medicators commonly used to treat such conditions.

Typically, conditions like this cause memory and concentration problems and behavior that is inconsistent with the claimant’s occupational responsibilities.

If you have been diagnosed with a disabling psychiatric condition, contact us for assistance with claim filing or appeal.