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Are You the Star in the Long Term Disability Claims Denial Movie?

Long Term Disability carriers routinely hire private investigators to conduct video surveillance of you. More often than not Nancy Cavey, St. Petersburg and Tampa disability insurance lawyer, often will see that the report that the video surveillance doesn't match the actual footage taken or, in some cases is an actual work of fiction. If your Long Term Disability claim has been denied as a result of surveillance, you need a Long Term Disability attorney. Nancy Cavey requests a copy of your Long Term Disability claim's file, including the surveillance and the surveillance report. Nancy Cavey, Long Term Disability denied expert, watches the...

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Long Term Disability Benefits & Your Records

When you apply for Long Term Disability Benefits, your Long Term Disability carrier will ask for your medical records. However, the Long Term Disability carrier will not tell you what medical records are the most important in your disability claim. There are three types of medical records each of which can result in a denial of your Long Term Disability claim, or an approval. 1. Chart Notes When you go to see your physician, a nurse or assistant will take information regarding your complaints, symptoms, medications and perhaps the difficulty of how you are functioning. Chart notes are important because Long Term Disability...

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Can I Get Both Workers’ Compensation and Short and Long Term Disability Benefits?

Well, the real answer is that it depends! Many Short and Long Term Disability policies can provide for both the receipt of both Workers' Compensation and disability benefits. Others will take a complete reduction of benefits, while others will pay a monthly minimum. How does this work? To figure the amount of your monthly benefits for Long Term Disability benefits Nancy Cavey, Florida Long Term Disability and Workers' Compensation attorney does the following: 1. Multiply your Long Term Disability basic monthly earnings by the benefit percentage shown in the policy. 2. Take the lesser of the amount: a) determined in step one, b)...

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Cardiac Long Term Disability Claims Denied as a Result of Vocational Opinions | Florida Disability Claim’s Denied Lawyer Nancy Cavey

It is not uncommon for Long Term Disability applicants who have cardiac problems to be denied Long Term Disability benefits on the basis that they can return to their own occupation or any occupation within the national economy. Long Term Disability carriers will routinely use vocational evaluators to render an opinion that you are capable of returning to old job or some job in the national economy. If, that in fact, were true you wouldn't be applying for Long Term Disability benefits. People who have heart conditions are evaluated under a permanent impairment guide that is based on your cardiac functionality. There are...

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Long Term Disability Claim Denial Because “You May Be Able to Perform Your Past Prior Work or Other Work”

Unfortunately, Long Term Disability insurance companies deny claims for all sorts of reasons, however, Nancy Cavey, ERISA Long Term Disability denied lawyer, often sees denial letters which contain the language that your claim was denied "there is no evidence that demonstrates that a Long Term Disability applicant can perform a certain exertional level and remains able to perform your past, prior work or other work as proposed." What does that mean? Long Term Disability carriers routinely will determine, based on a review of your medical records, or an analysis of your medical records by an in house nurse or peer...

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Long Term Disability Benefits and Your Records | Long Term Disability Denied Lawyer in Tampa Bay

When you apply for Long Term Disability Benefits, your Long Term Disability carrier will ask for your medical records. However, the Long Term Disability carrier will not tell you what medical records are the most important in your disability claim. There are three types of medical records each of which can result in a denial of your Long Term Disability claim, or an approval. 1. Chart Notes When you go to see your physician, a nurse or assistant will take information regarding your complaints, symptoms, medications and perhaps the difficulty of how you are functioning. Chart notes are important because Long Term Disability...

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Surveillance Video and Life of a Long Term Disability Applicant

If you are applying for or receiving your Long Term Disability benefits, you should assume that you are being watched and video taped by the Long Term Disability insurance company. Video surveillance is being done in an effort to catch you doing activities that could be used against you. The Long Term Disability carrier is going to ask you to complete Activity of Daily Living forms. Florida based Long Term Disability attorney Nancy Cavey has written the go to free book for Long Term Disability applicants and recipients and how to fill out Activity of Daily Living forms. You should be discussing...

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Experienced Disability Insurance Lawyer in Florida

Disability Lawyer Nancy Cavey who has been practicing since 1980 has represented individuals with all types of disabling conditions in Workers Compensation, Social Security and Disability claims. She has a unique understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, the impact these conditions have on your ability to function in the workplace, and understands the medical and vocational causation. Long Term Disability carriers routinely deny disability claims on the basis of: 1. No objective evidence of diagnosis 2. No objective evidence of disability 3. No evidence of causal relationship between the diagnosis and disability and your inability to work. Ms. Cavey has routinely worked...

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The 11th Circuits Standard of Review in a Denied ERISA Long Term Disability Claim – Is the Deck Stack Against You?

If your ERISA Long Term Disability claim is denied and you live in Florida, Georgia or Alabama, you need to be aware of how the Federal Court reviews Long Term Disability claim denials. Once you have exhausted your administrative remedies and the Long Term Disability carrier appears to deny your benefits, you have the right to sue in Federal Court for your Long Term Disability benefits. Unfortunately, there is no right to a jury trial and most Long Term Disability cases that are not settled, are resolved by the Federal Court in what is called a Motion for a Summon Judgment. The...

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