Articles for Non-Lawyers

What if my disability is psychological as opposed to physical? by Patricia Santucci

A person can be “totally disabled” as a result of a psychological problem. Restrictions and limitations can be physical or psychological or a combination of both. Often times, psychological problems such as anxiety and depression prevent people from being able to work. Read more about Disability Claims for Mental Health Issues. (13)

About the Author Patricia Santucci

Patricia Santucci is a personal injury lawyer born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. She holds several degrees having attended King’s College at the University of Western Ontario, McMaster University, earned a Master of Arts degree at the University of Windsor and an Ontario Teaching Degree from Teacher’s College as well as her Ontario Teaching Certificate. After graduating from the University of Alberta law school she was called to the bar in 2000. You can find Patricia on and LinkedIn or directly through this website