Lumberton, NC asked in Employment Law for North Carolina

Q: Why was I denied although state psychiatrist deemed me unable to work stable job

I was ordered to see state psychiatrist due to ADHD, social anxiety, bipolar, and other mental issues. State Dr. said to me he was deeming me unable to work a steady job that would provide stable income due to my emotional issues and bipolar. Yet I was denied. I am confused as to why. This was for my reconsideration. I have a hearing in August and have no attorney partly due to the stress of finding one and making the many needed appointments. Any idea why I was denied when state Dr. gave this diagnosis? Also, is it going to be impossible to find attorney this late in game?

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Kirk Angel
Kirk Angel
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: This is posted in the Employment Law section, but I recommend posting it in the Social Security Disability section. I think it is imperative that you reach out to social security attorneys as soon as possible. I really cannot make a recommendation based on personal knowledge as I do not work with SSD attorneys. However, I believe the Lanier Law Group, 919-682-2111 handles these types of claims. You might want to reach out to that firm and others of your choice to see if they can help you.

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