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What are the common medical conditions that may entitle you to long term disability benefits?

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What are the common medical conditions that may entitle you to long term disability benefits?

What are the common medical conditions that may entitle you to long term disability benefits?

If you purchased a long term disability policy from your employer or purchased a policy individually, you may be entitled to disability benefits if you suffered from one or more of the following medical conditions:

– Bipolar Disorder: Bipolar Disorder is also known as Manic Depressive Disorder and it can lead to crippling mood swings, irrational behavior and even suicidal tendencies.

– Anxiety Disability: Anxiety can cause sudden bouts of intense fear or anxiety. You can have symptoms including pounding heart, shortness of breath, feeling of losing control, or even denial.

– Schizophrenia: Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by a disassociation of sensory input, feelings and emotions on one hand and thoughts on the other. You can have hallucinations, hearing voices or even feeling that your thoughts or actions are under someone else’s control.

If you or a family member suffer from any of these psychiatric conditions and your claim for long term disability benefits is denied, contact long term disability denial attorney Nancy Cavey who can help you get your disability benefits regardless of where you live in the United States.

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