Disability insurance companies don’t always make it easy for policyholders who have Epstein-Barr virus to get the disability benefits they deserve.
Cerebral atrophy, also known as brain atrophy, is the loss of neurons in the brain and the connections between them. In other words, it is the wasting away or shrinkage of brain cells and tissue.
The Common Reason Disability Carriers Deny Epstein-Barr Virus Disability Claims
Many claims are denied because the disability insurance company says:
(1) There is no objective basis of the Epstein-Barr virus,
(2) There is no objective basis for the restrictions and limitations assigned by your physician,
(3) There is no causal relationship between your Epstein-Barr virus and/or your restrictions and limitations, and your inability to do your own or any occupation, or
(4) You are capable of doing sedentary work.
Nancy Cavey, who has 35 years experience handling disability cases, has successfully represented many policyholders with Epstein-Barr. She overcomes a claims denial by working closely with you and your physician.
Nancy Cavey offers a free initial consultation and welcomes the opportunity to speak with you about your disability claim.
What Is Epstein-Barr?
Epstein-Barr virus, a member of the herpes family, is one of the most common human viruses. In the United States, 95% of all adults have been exposed to the virus, which is known to cause mono.
What Are The Symptoms of Epstein-Barr?
The symptoms of an acute mono infection can include:
The infection causes a general feeling of illness; those with acute mono experience extreme fatigue and exhaustion.
Those who have serious complications of Epstein-Barr can have:
Because of the nature of the diseases and symptoms, many with Epstein-Barr are treated by a neurologist. You should undergo neuropsychological testing to objectively document any cognitive problems.
How Do I Get The Disability Insurance Benefits I Deserve?
Epstein-Barr virus can make it difficult, if not impossible, to do things around your home and work. If you no longer can work or your doctor has told you to apply for disability, before you apply for benefits, you should:
Your policy can include a self-reported limitation. It limits how long you can get benefits that result from self-reported symptoms, including memory problems, fatigue, planning, organizing and sequencing. You’ll want to know what’s in your policy before you apply for benefits.
Contact Disability Attorney Nancy L. Cavey, Who Can Help You Regardless of Where You Live
Epstein-Barr virus can make it difficult, if not impossible, to work. You owe it to yourself and your family to get help today! Nancy Cavey can review your policy and your medical records, and explain to you what your policy says and how to get your disability benefits. Call today for a free consultation at 727-894-3188.