Alabama Mental Disability Lawyers

People who suffer from the onset of a mental disability may lose the ability to partially or fully work altogether. In some situations, this mental disability is a condition they are born with. Other times, a person may suffer an injury in an accident that causes them to lose a degree of cognitive function. There are numerous different types of mental disabilities that the Social Security Administration considers just reasons for a person to be entitled SSD or SSI benefits. Many of the exact definitions can be confusing to some and for this reason you will want professional mental disability lawyers on your side.

Contact the law office of Wettermark & Keith, LLC., today if you are in the process of pursuing Social Security Disability benefits due to a mental disability. Our top Alabama mental disability lawyers have the experience dealing with the government to get you the benefits that you deserve. In fact, statistics show that those who consult with experienced mental disability attorneys to help them with their claim are much more likely to receive benefits compared to those who go it alone.

Mental Disability Representation

Over the years, our seasoned mental disability lawyers have helped a multitude of clients recover the benefits they need after they are no longer able to work. Our top attorneys have extensive experience in handling cases involving mental impairment and employ a team of legal experts to justify your claim in disability hearings. We have successfully represented clients who cannot work due to some, but not limited to, the following disabilities:

  • Mental Retardation
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Attack Disorders
  • Other Mood Disorders

Remember, these are just some of the more common instances of mental disability that our firm has seen over the years. Contact us today if you or someone close to you is afflicted with a mental disability and would like to pursue Social Security Disability benefits.

Legal Help when you Need it Most

Our personable Alabama SSD lawyers will help you every step of the way when you contact us for assistance with your claim for benefits. We can help you seek the needed medical specialists to diagnose your condition, refer you to a claimant specialist if further inquiries are made by the SSA, obtain an evaluation of your current vocational skills, and much more.

Arguably the last thing you need to go through is a long, drawn out process while you wait for your benefits claim to go through. This is exactly where our professional Social Security Disability lawyers can help you today. You have enough to worry about, let us work to procure your benefits for you.

No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee

When selecting clients to represent in court, our firm operates on a contingency fee basis. What this means to our clients is simple: if we don’t win your case, you won’t pay anything. We choose to operate this way for the sole benefit of our clients, we want to see you obtain Social Security Disability benefits so that you can continue to carry on with your life.

Contact us today if you are considering filing for, have already filed, or are needing to appeal a Social Security Disability claim for a mental disability. Fill out the free case evaluation form on our web site and we will get back to you promptly. If you wish to speak to us directly, feel free to call one of our three branches.

  • Birmingham Office       205.933.9500
  • Huntsville Office       256.536.8010
  • Montgomery Office       334.284.0014

Remember, it is only through extensive professional litigation that a successful claim for Social Security Disability can be made to come to fruition. This is precisely how our top SSD lawyers operate for every client, every day. We work hard to serve justice to those disabled, one case at a time.

Call or contact us today, we are here to help.


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Wettermark & Keith secures a reversal of judge's decision by the Appeals council for their client

Wettermark Keith is pleased to announce exciting news from the Social Security department. While our attorneys have an extremely successful track record in obtaining favorable outcomes for our clients, sometimes the journey is longer than others. When a client receives an unfavorable decision from an Administrative Law Judge, the available recourse is to appeal that decision to the Appeals Council, the body responsible for reviewing cases for mistakes made by the previous judge as to the law or facts. Unfortunately, due to the strict standard of review, the Appeals Council fails to find a reason to overturn or remand the prior determination in the vast majority of cases. However, our attorneys are committed to ensuring that our clients receive the benefits they deserve.

This month, Attorney Jessica Brooks secured a reversal of the judge’s decision by the Appeals Council for her client. A more common outcome when the Appeals Council takes issue with a judge’s decision, is a remand to the judge in order to conduct a another hearing, a process which is time consuming and does not always result in a positive outcome. A reversal constitutes an outright order of payment of benefits to the claimant and only happens in 2% of cases! Ms. Brooks added, “I understand that this is often a long and frustrating process for my clients. This was a case that went to hearing in November of 2011 and we received the Appeals Council reversal in February of 2014. However, the fact that my client will be compensated for that time in back pay makes the determination and hard work worth it.” Wettermark Keith looks forward to future Appeals Council reversals as we continue to provide our expertise and experience to our clients.

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