What Objective Medical Evidence Your Long Term Disability Carrier Is Looking For In A MS Claim
The long term disability carriers don’t make it easy for those with MS to get the long-term disability benefits they deserve. Carrier’s deny claims because of a lack of objective evidence. The disability carrier will review your medical records and will want to see the objective evidence in your medical records that support the diagnosis of MS.
– a diagnosis of MS through magnetic resonance imaging testing (MRI),
– spinal tap or lumbar puncture,
– visual testing to detect damage to the optic nerve,
– neuropsychological testing to document cognitive difficulties.
What Should I Do If My Long Term Disability Claim For MS Has Been Denied?
You owe it to yourself and your family to contact experienced MS Long Term Disability Attorney Nancy Cavey who can help you get the disability benefits you deserve regardless of where you live in the United States.
Don’t go at it alone.
Nancy Cavey has 35 years of experience and she knows exactly what the long term disability carriers are looking for in your medical records. Call 727-894-3188 today for your complimentary consultation.