• The Field Interview in Long Term Disability Insurance Claims

      In this article we are going to discuss the field interview requests that commonly come from long-term disability insurance companies. The field interview request is when the insurance company says, “We want to send someone to your home to meet with you to discuss your claim.” In this article, we want to address some of […]

    • Rotator Cuff Tear Injuries and Long Term Disability Insurance Claim

      What is a Rotator Cuff Injury? Four tendons surround the shoulder joint, attaching the muscle to the bone and allowing the arm to move freely. Since these tendons rotate the shoulder within the joint, these four tendons are commonly referred to as the rotator cuff. Rotator cuff injuries are one of the most common injuries […]

    • Union Security Insurance Company Long Term Disability | LTD Attorneys

      Union Security Insurance Company and Long Term Disability Claims and Appeals Union Security Insurance Company (“USIC”) is a long term disability insurer and plan administrator. A Long-Term Disability insurance policy with Union Security should pay you a monthly benefit if you are unable to work due to a disabling accident injury or illness. Unfortunately, Union […]

    • The Challenges Surgeons Face When Filing For Long Term Disability

      Surgeons are considered to be the most skilled of all medical professionals. The very nature of surgery is complex and requires that the surgeon be physically and mentally prepared for surgery every time they operate on a patient. So when a surgeon becomes disabled and needs to file a long-term disability claim, it may be […]

    • Knee Disorders and Long Term Disability Claims

      Most people find it difficult to imagine doing anything without walking. Walking is an essential part of modern life; even the most sedentary office worker must walk to the copier or into the breakroom for lunch. To walk effectively, a person must have two functioning knees or at least one functioning knee and an assistive […]

    • Polychondritis and Long Term Disability

      What is polychondritis? Polychondritis, frequently called Relapsing Polychondritis, is a rare autoimmune condition that causes painful and destructive inflammation in cartilage and connective tissues. People with relapsing polychondritis experience flare-ups of painful swelling that can last weeks or months before subsiding. They may not experience any symptoms for months or years before experiencing another flare-up. […]

    • The Challenges Executives Face When Filing For Long Term Disability

      Executives are typically highly-skilled, high-ranking officers within a company. Executives provide management and oversight. Executives collaborate with other senior leadership officers in order to meet the company’s objectives. Successful Executives have a proven record of successful strategic planning and implementation. In this article, we will explore the following: Why It’s So Difficult To File For […]

    • Anterior Poliomyelitis (Polio) and Long Term Disability

      What is Poliomyelitis (Polio)? Poliomyelitis (polio) is a dangerous, highly infectious disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. Most of the people affected by polio are young children that are under five years old. Transmission of poliomyelitis is through direct contact or contaminated water. Polio is preventable by vaccines, and widespread mandatory […]

    • Trigeminal Neuralgia and Long Term Disability Insurance Claims

      What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia?  Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition that causes chronic pain in the trigeminal nerve, through which sensation travels from your face to your brain. In a person with trigeminal neuralgia, even mild facial stimulation from putting on makeup or brushing your teeth can trigger a jolt of excruciating pain. Your initial experience […]

    • The Challenges Computer Programmers Face When Filing For Long Term Disability

      A Computer Programmer is someone who writes code to create software programs. Computer Programmers turn the program designs created by software developers and engineers into instructions that a computer can follow. Programmers are also usually responsible for debugging the programs, which means they test the programs to ensure that they produce the expected results. In […]