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The Truth About Getting Long Term Disability Benefits for Prostate Cancer

If you are suffering from prostate cancer that has resulted in you being unable to work and your claim for long term disability benefits has been denied, you should consult with a prostate cancer long term disability attorney. Many long term disability carriers will initially pay disability benefits for prostate cancer but, post-operatively, terminate their benefits on the basis that you are now able to return to work. Unfortunately, there can be many complications from prostate cancer and including problems with the side effects of radiation or medication. Those side effects alone can be the basis of continuing long term disability...

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How Asthma May Increase Your Risk of Diabetes and Heart Disease

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="282" caption="You May be entitled to long term disability benefits if you suffer from asthma."][/caption] Have you read the recent report from Doctors’ Lounge? Having asthma may increase a persons chances of developing diabetes and heart disease. Researchers were stunned to find a connection between asthma, diabetes and heart disease. They are not sure of the connection and obviously further research is going to be required to learn more about this connection. But, the bottom line, is that if you suffer from asthma, diabetes or heart disease and your physician has told you that you are unable to...

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Insider Secrets About Long Term Disability Carriers Estimate Your Life Expectancy in Determining How Much to Offer You in a Buyout

If you’ve been receiving long term disability benefits during an any occupation period, a long term disability carrier might approach you about “buy out”. They are, in other words, offering to buy out your policy by offering you a lump sum of your benefits, reduced to the present value and based on your life expectancy. Long term disability carriers have accuracies who do nothing but crunch numbers about a persons life expectancy. These factors will include: Your family and medical history. Your blood pressure Age Weight Gender Diet Alcohol use Drug use Smoking use Medical condition The extent and nature of the treatment that you’ve receive for the medical treatment. The interaction of the...

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