Have you recently been denied disability benefits for cardiovascular disease by the Social Security Administration, your insurance company, or the Department of Veterans Affairs? If so, our disability attorneys may be able to help you win your claim. Many times, disability claim denials based on heart disease or vascular disorders can be improved and won […]
Category: Heart Disease / Congestive Heart Failure
The Houston disability benefits lawyers at Marc Whitehead & Associates have helped individuals all across the nation obtain the disability benefits they need after the symptoms of congestive heart failure and other serious health conditions leave them unable to work. How Congestive Heart Failure Can Lead to Disability According to the Mayo Clinic, there are […]
A leader in disability insurance, the company known as The Standard is a subsidiary of StanCorp Financial Group, Inc. The Standard sells individual and group disability insurance plans for both short-and long term disability insurance coverage throughout the United States.
Marc Whitehead & Associates have assisted hundreds of clients in their fight against wrongfully denied disability insurance claims. We routinely represent policyholders in their appeal of The Standard LTD denial of benefits.
Recently, we had the pleasure to assist an over 60 woman from Texas who suffers from lateral ischemia of the heart, hypertension, diabetes and herniated discs in her appeal of a Standard LTD disability denial.
Was your claim for congestive heart failure disability benefits denied? Wherever you live, the attorneys at Marc Whitehead & Associates can help you pursue your claim against the insurance company, SSA or VA.
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) is a disabling condition for millions of people. It can reduce stamina and physical functions so severely that even the most sedentary form of work becomes hopeless.
For many people applying for long-term disability insurance, Social Security disability or Veterans benefits, their claims are initially denied even when their disabilities are legitimate and justifiable.