Articles on Cerebral Atrophy Disability Claims
Cerebral atrophy is the gradual, progressive deterioration of brain cells. Neurological function is generally lost as a result of this progressive loss of brain cells. Cerebral atrophy is commonly associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, but it can also occur because of a number of illnesses that destroy brain tissue.
Insurance companies routinely deny or limit cerebral atrophy disability claims, arguing that your condition is not disabling, or that it is a mental illness, or using a range of other denial tactics. At Marc Whitehead & Associates, we know you are fighting an uphill battle.
Read the articles below to learn what you need to know about winning your disability claim.