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Welcome!  The Disability Wiki is an internet-based resource that addresses in one place your questions and concerns about disability benefits, disability insurers, your illness, your occupation, and filing a claim, appeal or litigation.  In other words, a "Wikipedia" for disability claims.  If you would like to automatically receive new posts, please subscribe below.

 

 

Category: Illnesses

Can I Receive Long Term Disability Benefits for Epilepsy?

Illnesses Epilepsy

Epilepsy is the most commonly diagnosed brain disorder in the world, categorized by those who suffer recurring seizures.  For people who have Epilepsy, when electrical activity оссurѕ іn the brain, іt manifests itself in the form оf unusual and involuntary behaviors and movements.  Unfortunately, there is no cure for Epilepsy. Treatment is usually focused on controlling and limiting symptoms via prescribed medications.

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Can I Receive Long Term Disability Benefits for Macular Degeneration?

Illnesses Macular Degeneration

Knowing how to substantiate your Macular Degeneration long term disability claim will significantly increase your chances of approval.  To get your Macular Degeneration claim approved, it should be supported with medical evidence and proof of treatment.  It is also essential to provide a detailed explanation of how your symptoms prevent you from performing your job duties. 

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Can I Receive Long Term Disability Benefits for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)?

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Although ALS is a progressive and fatal disease, to receive long term disability benefits your claim must still be supported by sufficient medical evidence and proof of appropriate treatment. It is also important to provide a detailed explanation of how your symptoms prevent you from performing your job duties.  Don’t simply assume the insurance carrier will see the connection.  You must explain it in detail.

What is Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)?

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, often called “ALS” or “Lou Gehrig’s disease,” is a devastating neurodegenerative disorder that attacks nerve cells іn your spinal cord and lower brain.  Specifically, it attacks the nerve cells responsible for transmitting messages from your brain to the voluntary muscles throughout your body.  This causes a progressive inability to move your muscles, speak, eat, and breathe.  ALS also causes an array of cognitive and emotional difficulties.  There is no cure for the condition, which ultimately leads to death.

Despite the seriousness of ALS, it is still important to adequately document your claim.  Knowing how to substantiate your long term disability claim (e.g., through medical evidence, proof of treatment, etc.) will help increase your chances of approval.  Here’s what you need to know before filing your long term disability claim for ALS.

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How Do I Prove A Disability For Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – formerly known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy – is a chronic, debilitating disease of the sympathetic nervous system that typically affects more women than men.  The most troubling symptom of CRPS is its continuous, intense pain that mainly affects the arms, hands, legs, and feet.  The symptoms of CRPS can be so severe they can interfere with your sleep, your job, your relationships, and even your mental health. The symptoms can drastically reduce your quality of life.  Often, the condition results in long term disability.

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Asthma | Long Term Disability Claim Tips

Illnesses Asthma

Asthma іѕ а chronic іllnеѕѕ саuѕеd by narrowing or inflammation оf your brоnсhіаl tubes resulting from the contraction of the muscles around your windpipe.  As your airways swell, extra mucus can be produced - making it difficult to breathe.  As a result, you may experience shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness.

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