The Sullivan Law Office may assist all applicants throughout all steps of the administrative process of determining disability and eligibility for appropriate, related benefits. If you have any questions or concerns about any kind of disability case, including Social Security Disability, long-term disability, short-term disability, state retirement and workers’ compensation, call the Sullivan Law Office today!

Many people address their panic attacks through counseling and medication. Applicants should have evidence from their physician that indicates the events that occur during a typical panic attack, their length, frequency, and triggers. It is crucial that a doctor describes how the panic attacks limit the performance of functioning at home, at work, and socially. It is also important to include in a medical record, all medications taken and their individual and combined effects.

The Sullivan Law Office provides assistance in ensuring that all applicants for disability benefits present all medical evidence from all medical sources in every disability case. We will assist in the collection and organization of medical evidence from all acceptable medical sources to establish the existence, duration, and severity of a disability.

Have your social security benefits been denied? Are you confused and frustrated because you don’t know why? Mike Sullivan understands and may answer all of your questions. After all, disability law is the sole focus of his practice. Take advantage of the legal services offered by the Sullivan Law Office to assist in sorting through the extensive requirements that determine eligibility for disability benefits. The Sullivan Law Office provides assistance in ensuring that all applicants and recipients receive all of the benefits to which they are entitled in all types of disability cases. Contact the Sullivan Law Office today by calling 888-587-0228 or visiting us online! We offer free consultations, so you have absolutely nothing to lose! We look forward to hearing from you.I Suffer From Panic Attacks - Am I Entitled To Disability Benefits? Part 3: Medical Evidence Required