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Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Your Social Security Disability Claim

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a common sleep disorder, but in severe cases is one that causes significant fatigue and impacts your ability to work. You may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits because of severe sleep apnea. For more information regarding your rights to Social Security Disability benefit and sleep apnea, contact attorney Nancy Cavey. ...

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Sleep Resources for MS Social Security Disability Patients

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society has a wealth of information regarding MS, including information on treatment, medication, and good common practical advice on dealing with MS. Some of the resources for MS and sleep deprivation are “You Can Get the Sleep You Need” and “Sleep Disorders and MS”. You can visit the National MS Society at www.nationalMSsociety.org for more information. ...

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If You Don’t Know How to Choose the Right Social Security Attorney You’ll Hate Yourself Later When Your Social Security Disability Claim is Denied

You need to work closely with a Social Security Disability attorney to get the Social Security Disability benefits you are entitled to. But, before you hire a lawyer you need to know how to choose the right lawyer for your Social Security Disability case. If you don’t, you’ll hate yourself later and you’ll lose your claim. The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey suggest that you do the following things: 1. Look at the lawyers website to determine whether there is helpful information about the Social Security Disability claims process. Does this website educate you or is all about the lawyer? 2. When...

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Florida UNUM Disability Claims | UNUM Disability Denial Facts

UNUM, headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the United State's largest provider of employer sponspred group disability benefits "providing benefits for 42% of today's Fortune 500" businesses. Unfortunately, it is our experience as Florida UNUM Disability Denial lawyers that UNUM does not deliver what it promises to those businesses who purchase group disability insurance for its employees. UNUM's website would have you believe that the "foucs is on recovery." Long term disabilty benefits from UNUM "can replace part of your income so you can focus on recovery instead of worrying about your ability to pay the bill." Unfortunately, as a Florida disability...

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Hartford Disability Insurance Lawyer | Consumer Complaints

What do consurmers have to say about Hartford Disability claims handling and claims denials? Read about Hartford disability policyholders who are in the Hartford disability claims process and are having problems like harrassment of their treating doctor, the failure to return calls, suspension of benefits without good reason, and the reduction of Hartford disability benefits by the receipt of a pension or Social Security disability. You can also read about Hartford disability claims denials! Disability lawer Nancy Cavey, who helps Hartford short term and long term disability policy holders whose claims are delayed or denied, has written the book you need to...

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Disability Insurance Claim Denied by Hartford | Florida Hartford Disability Claim Denied Attorney

Have you looked at Hartford's website? Its advertising tag line is "Group Benefit: Experience without Equal. Benefits Without Burden" is anything but for its disability denied policy holders. It is more like "experience claim denial and face financial burdens!" Hartford acknowledge's that "1/3 of people between the ages of 35 and 65 will suffer a serious disability" and it is "#1 in new Group Disability sales" in 2005. But what it does not talk about is its claims handling process and agressive use of field statements by its investigators and the use of surveillance companies. The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey...

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Florida UNUM Disability Facts | Tampa Bay UNUM Disability Denial Lawyers

UNUM, one of the largest short and long term disability insurance companies in the United States, knows that "the average age of a UNUM disability applicant is 45." Harris Interactive notes that "only 5% of baby boomers realize they have a 1-3 chance of becoming disabled during their working years." Many UNUM disability policy holders buy UNUM short and long term disability coverage to "replace part of your income so you can focus on recovery instead of worrying about your ability to pay the bills." Unfortunately, The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey, your UNUM Disability Denial Lawyers, know all to...

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Tampa Bay UNUM Provident Denial Attorneys | UNUM Locations

If you have any questions about your UNUM Provident disability policy or have a question about filing a disability claim, I suggest you order a free copy of my book "Robbed Of Your Peace Of Mind." This book will help answer your questions about your UNUM disability policy and explain the claims process. You can also contact UNUM at their Corporate offices. Corporate offices 1 Fountain Sq Chattanooga, TN 37402 423-294-1011 2211 Congress Street Portland, ME 04122 207-575-2211 18 Chestnut Street Worcester, MA 01608 774-437-4441 655 N. Central Avenue Suite 900 Glendale, CA 91203 800-424-2008 1200 Colonial Life Blvd. Columbia, SC 29230 803-798-7000 or call UNUM Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST at 1-866-679-3054. Remember your call ...

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Florida Hartford Disability Insurance Claim Denial Attorney | Tampa Bay

Are you a Hartford disability insurance policy holder whose claim for disability benefits has been denied? If so, Hartford Disability benefits denied lawyer Nancy Cavey says, "You have been robbed of your peace of mind!" Have you looked at the Hartford Group Benefits web page "Protecting Your Income with Disability Insurance?" There are some great facts about long term- disability: "1. 1/3 of people between ages 35 and 65 will suffer a serious disability. 2. About 1 in 7 people can expect to be disabled for 5 years or more. 3. 48% of mortgage foreclosures are the result of disability." These are compelling reasons to have...

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