Category: Disability Law

Neuropsychological Evaluations: Proving Your Entitlement to Long Term Disability Insurance Benefits

Medical conditions that cause problems with memory, concentration, attention, speed of processing information, etc. can be particularly disturbing.  Not only can these symptoms make it difficult for you to successfully perform your job duties, but in severe cases, they can disrupt your activities of daily living.  Nonetheless, disabilities due to cognitive impairments are often difficult […]
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I Am Disabled. What Do I Do?

Imagine that you suffer an injury, or experience the onset or exacerbation of an illness, that makes it difficult for you to do your job.  You visit your doctor who informs you that, due to your condition(s), you cannot work.  Worse, you may never be able to return to your prior occupation, because the condition(s) […]
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10 Signs that You Have Been Targeted for Termination by Your Disability Insurer

Disability insurance carriers terminate/deny long-term disability insurance claims routinely. Most insureds are in the dark regarding their insurers’ intentions and are left to wonder whether theirs will be the next claim to be terminated. Having practiced in this area for many years, we’ve come to recognize those red-flags that signify that an insured’s claim has […]
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