If you or someone you love suffers from depression, you may be entitled to some form of compensation. At Ascend Disability, we have years of experience representing people just like you.
Give us a call today at (855) 445-9787 to schedule your free consultation for your depression disability hearing.
You deserve fair representation, and we will offer that to you. We’ll evaluate your case and tell you if you have probable cause for a disability.
Don’t risk losing out on potential income that you may be eligible for. Call today and we’ll begin preparing for your disability case. We’ll review your medical records to see if we can qualify you for a VA Depression Disability. Depression can be debilitating, and we understand this.
What is the VA Disability Rating For Depression and Anxiety?
The VA (Veteran’s Administration) gives a disability rating ranging from zero percent to 100 percent for Depression and Anxiety. The rating depends on several factors and will consider PTSD, general anxiety, and other issues. The highest possible rating is 70 percent.
We’ll help you to find your specific disability rating and work closely with you to ensure that your medical records are kept private while you’re being represented in court.
We’ll attend the hearing with you to represent your case with the Social Security Disability Department.
Is Depression a VA Disability
Absolutely! Depression is considered to be a mental illness, and it may qualify you for VA Disability Benefits. In order to qualify, you must first show that you’re suffering from depression that is directly related to your time in service to your country.
If you’re struggling with service-related PTSD or depression, you may qualify for a VA Depression Disability. We’ll review your specific case and help determine if you qualify for some compensation through Social Security Disability Services.
Service Connection for PTSD and Depression
According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, many connections exist to help military personnel cope with post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, depression, and other mental health conditions due to their time in service.
These connections include counseling, substance abuse treatment, peer support, mental health treatment programs, inpatient treatment care, as well as emergency services.
Also, Emergency services, crisis intervention and short term crisis care are available for you and all veterans 24/7. These services are available to all current and former personnel and can be accessed through the VA website or by phone.
You can file for VA depression disability through Social Security, However you do not have to do it alone; call us at Ascend Disability and let us help you with your case. We understand you are struggling, and we offer free consultations to all of our callers.
We’ve had years of experience representing people just like you for their VA Depression Disability and we understand what the courts require.
You’ve suffered enough; We will help you obtain the compensation and life you deserve. During your consultation, We’ll ask you some questions and review your case to ensure that we fully understand your specific situation.
We’ll help you get copies of your service and medical records, fully equipping us for court.
At Ascend Disability, we care about you and the outcome of your case. Give us a call at (855) 445-9787 to set up your free consultation regarding your VA Depression Disability. The sooner you call us, the sooner we can assist you with your case and get things rolling. Don’t delay, Call us today!