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  • Glossary of Long Term Disability Insurance Terms

    Long term disability insurance is associated with specialized terminology, some of which is highly technical and uncommon in everyday language. When a long term disability claim is denied, additional terms typically only used by lawyers and claims professionals can make understanding the claims proc … Read more »

  • Long Term Disability and Post-Concussion Syndrome

    What is Post-Concussion Syndrome? Most concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries resolve spontaneously in a matter of days or weeks.   Post-concussion syndrome, or PCS, is a medical condition characterized by persistent concussion symptoms that last for months or years.  Common symptoms include … Read more »

  • Guide To Long COVID & Disability Benefits

    COVID-19 causes long lasting symptoms in a significant percentage of those infected with the virus. Various terms for this persistent illness have been adopted, including “post-COVID-19 syndrome”, “Long COVID-19”, and “Long Covid”. Some suffers use the term “long hauler”.  The most common symptoms a … Read more »

  • How to choose the best long term disability lawyer

    Being denied long term disability benefits can be a life changing event. You need the best long term disability lawyer possible. But where do you start? Is the best long term disability lawyer the one with the biggest ad campaign? The one you see most on TV? Or are other factors more important? Ulti … Read more »

  • Evidence in Long Term Disability Claims

    Evidence is a word frequently used by lawyers that simply means information and facts that prove something is true.  In a long term disability claim, evidence is required to establish entitlement to benefits. This evidence may include signed forms, clinical notes, and employment information.  If all … Read more »