Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Your Rights to Long Term Disability Benefits
Long term disability carriers don’t make it easy for those who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) to get the Long Term Disability Benefits they deserve.
Signs of Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS are:
1.) Abdominal pain,
Other signs of IBS can include:
1.) Cramping in your abdomen,
2.) Diarrhea or constipation,
3.) Changes in how often you have bowel movements,
4.) Mucus in your stool.
Your colon has layers of muscles that tighten up and relax. That steady rhythm moves food and waste through your intestines. But, with IBS, the muscles in your colon do not contract like they should. Strong or weak contractions can cause cramping and bloating.
Your Rights to Long Term Disability benefits with Irritable Bowel Syndrome
The symptoms of pain, bloating, and discomfort can interfere with your ability to perform the essential duties of your occupation. It’s crucial those symptoms be developed in your medical records, if you want to be successful in your claim for Long Term Disability benefits.
Long Term Disability carriers do not always make it easy for IBS sufferers to get the disability benefits they deserve. Contact IBS Attorney Nancy Cavey, who can help you get the Long Term Disability benefits you deserve regardless of where you live in the United States. Call today for a complimentary consultation at 727-894-3188.