Some injuries, illnesses, and other chronic medical conditions may not manifest themselves through easily observable symptoms. However, even though the symptoms of these conditions may be “invisible” to others, they could still significantly impact a patient’s quality of life and their ability to earn a living. Since the symptoms of invisible injuries or illnesses cannot be quantified through objective medical evidence, it can be difficult for people suffering from them to receive long-term disability (LTD) benefits. Click here to read more.
The world as we know it has changed. The stress and anxiety of living through a pandemic has taken a huge toll on society’s mental health. If you’ve been diagnosed with a serious mental health issue that prevents you from performing the duties of your job, you may be eligible to collect long-term disability benefits. But the process of securing those benefits may not be an easy one. Click here to read more.
Applying for and having long-term disability claims approved for benefits can be difficult. It can be hard to work with insurance companies. It can be helpful to learn about your long-term disability policy and try to avoid common mistakes that can prevent you from receiving benefits. If your claim gets denied, appealing that decision and … Continue reading “Can I Appeal My Long-Term Disability Claim?”