Neurological Disorders and Your Rights to Long Term Disability Benefits
If you have purchased an individual disability policy or purchased a group policy through your employer, you may be eligible for long term disability benefits.
The major types of neurological disorders that may result in a claim for long term disability benefits include: 1. Huntington’s Disease;2. Muscular Dystrophy; 3. Parkinson’s; 4. Alzheimer’s; 5. Cerebral Vascular Accidents (Strokes); 6. Injuries to the Spinal Cord and Brain; 7. Seizure Disorders; 8. Meningitis; 9. Brain Tumors.
Unfortunately, many long term disability carriers don’t make it easy for those with neurological disorders to receive the long term disability benefits that they deserve. Long term disability applicants should keep in mind that many long term disability insurance companies require strong documented medical evidence to be awarded their long term disability benefits. Because it is difficult to understand the requirements of many long term disability policies, it is almost always wise to obtain professional representation of disability experts like neurological disorder long term disability attorney Nancy Cavey.
The benefits of having representation in your long term disability claim include assistance completing applications and forms, collecting medical records and vocational evidence, and developing and filing the necessary evidence to ensure that your long term disability claim is fairly and fully reviewed.
You can find out more information about the long term disability claim’s process by ordering your free, no obligation copy of Robbed of Your Peace of Mind. To find out if you may be eligible for long term disability benefits as a result of a neurological disorder, call the Law Offices of Nancy Cavey at 727.894.3188 for a free evaluation.