If you find you can no longer work because of diabetes complications, you may be entitled to long term disability benefits for either type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus. What you may not realize is what it takes to prove your diabetes has caused you to be disabled. Being diagnosed with diabetes is a […]
When you suffer from diabetes disability, such as diabetes mellitus, it is something that changes your entire life. You constantly have to watch what kinds of foods you’re eating and how much. You’ll likely need to check your blood sugar on a regular basis and inject yourself with insulin. If you make a mistake, you can suffer a number of consequences, from feeling out of it and urinating frequently to losing a limb, going into a diabetic coma, or even dying.
If your insurance company has wrongly denied your claim for macular edema disability, or you have questions about the disability claim process for vision loss, we urge you to contact us.
At the law firm of Marc Whitehead & Associates, we understand the many difficulties macular edema can bring, and your need to obtain long term disability benefits. Vision loss from macular edema threatens your ability to engage in a host of daily activities such as working, driving, reading, and a multitude of routine and simple tasks, and can ultimately lead to blindness.
Numerous conditions cause eye disorders and impaired vision. Loss of eyesight can present a tremendous obstacle to earning a living.
If your claim for disability benefits for an eye impairment was denied, do not hesitate to contact us. We help disabled workers and veterans fight back and win denied long term disability benefits for blindness, various levels of visual impairment, eye disease and other chronic eye problems.
If you were unjustly denied disability benefits, do not give up. What seems like an uphill battle can be fought and won, with an experienced and focused legal team at your side.
Millions of Americans are affected by diabetes. Disability claims filed by those who live with the disease are often denied benefits, even though the claimants are truly no longer able to work.
Our lawyers have helped hundreds of people across the country with diabetes to overturn claim denials and secure these indispensable benefits. If your claim was denied unfairly, call us for qualified assistance.
We can help you with claims for Social Security Disability, Veterans disability, or long-term disability insurance through private or employer-provided insurance plans.
When Kidney (Renal) Failure or other Kidney Disease Disability Keeps You from Working
Over the past 19 years, Marc Whitehead & Associates has helped thousands of people nationwide win their long-term disability insurance benefits, Social Security Disability Insurance benefits and Veterans disability compensation.
If your benefits for kidney disease were denied unfairly, contact us about your disability claim. We know the law, and will help you every step of the way to secure the benefits you deserve.
Legal Help When Your Neuropathy Disability Claim Is Denied
Neuropathy affects millions of people in the U.S, disabling them from working and living a normal, active life. Due to the nature of the disorder, valid disability claims are routinely challenged by insurance companies, or fall short of satisfying the requirements of Social Security Disability and Veterans Disability programs.
Many times, neuropathy disability claims are denied on the initial filing or on appeal. If this has happened to you, don’t lose hope. Our disability firm has the experience and skills to help. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Almost 26 million children and adults in the US have Type 2 diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association, and many of these people also suffer from peripheral neuropathy as a result of diabetes-related nerve damage. Neuropathy may become increasingly severe over time, causing pain, numbness, and weakness in the hands, feet, or other parts of the body, and eventually compromise an individual’s ability to work and complete normal daily activities.
If neuropathy makes it impossible for you to continue completing the normal functions of your job, you will likely need to apply for disability benefits and prove that this disability is legitimately preventing you from working. The following forms of documentation will help you prove your case and receive the benefits that you need to support yourself.