• Fibromyitis and Long Term Disability Insurance Claims

      What is Fibromyitis? Fibromyitis is inflammation of the muscle and fibrous tissue, which is frequently followed by degeneration of the muscle fibers. Fibromyitis is generally an acute condition that is caused by injury or accidents. It can occur as part of a chronic condition, though it is not an underlying cause. Diagnosing Fibromyitis Fibromyitis is […]

    • Four Traps That May Disable Your Long Term Disability Claim

      This Article Also Contains Tips to Help You Build A Strong Administrative File The long term disability process can be long and frustrating. Having to speak to doctors, lawyers, and insurance representatives can be tiresome, especially if you are dealing with the daily frustrations of your disability. Creating a complete administrative file will help you […]

    • Long Term Disability Process with Our Firm

      The Process That We Use to Help You Get Your Long Term Disability Benefits Our involvement in the long term disability process typically begins at one of the following three stages: At the Initial Application; After a claim has been denied and the claimant needs to file an Administrative Appeal directly with the LTD insurance […]

    • What are the Requirements for Long Term Disability?

      What you need to prove to receive benefits from your long-term disability policy. If you have a long-term disability policy through your employer or you have an individual policy that you purchased on your own, you may be able to receive disability benefits to replace most or part of your salary if you are unable […]

    • What Spine Disorders Qualify for Long Term Disability Benefits?

      If you have a spinal disorder that leaves you unable to work, you might be eligible to receive Long Term Disability insurance benefits. This does, of course, assume that you have coverage for LTD benefits through your employer. Your claim will be reviewed by the long-term disability insurance company that issued the benefit plan, or […]

    • Paralysis and Long Term Disability Insurance Benefits

      What is Paralysis? Paralysis is the loss of function of at least one muscle group. If there is nerve damage, it can also include loss of feeling in the area. The paralysis may be partial (some muscle control) or complete (no muscle control). It may be temporary or permanent. Localized paralysis affects only a small […]

    • Myasthenia Gravis and Long Term Disability

      What is Myasthenia Gravis? Myasthenia gravis means “grave muscle weakness.” It is an autoimmune neuromuscular disease that causes weakness in the muscles, which can lead to problems moving, eating, and breathing. Weakness of the muscles worsens after exercise and improves with rest for people with myasthenia gravis, though the muscle weakness may never fully go […]

    • Hepatitis (B and C) and Long Term Disability Insurance Claims

      What is Hepatitis B and C? Hepatitis is the word used to describe inflammation of the liver. A virus usually causes Hepatitis with the most common being A, B, and C. Hepatitis A does have a vaccine and often does not create chronic illness. However, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C can create lifelong health problems. […]

    • Gastritis and Long Term Disability

      What is Gastritis? Gastritis is a group of conditions in which the lining of the stomach becomes irritated and inflamed. Gastritis is common, with more than 200,000 cases in the United States each year. Symptoms of gastritis include stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, excessive belching, heartburn, and indigestion. Some people do not experience symptoms. For people […]

    • Guillain-Barre Syndrome and Long Term Disability

      What is Guillain-Barre Syndrome? Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a rare autoimmune disorder where the immune system attacks the nerves. Symptoms can start with weakness and tingling, which then progresses into severe weakness, pain, and paralysis. People with Guillain-Barre Syndrome may experience incontinence, difficulty breathing, and the inability to speak. Severe weakness usually sets in about two […]