Articles on Chronic Fatigue Disability Claims
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complex and debilitating medical condition that leaves sufferers feeling a relentless exhaustion that doesn’t end no matter how much sleep or rest they get. CFS is commonly labeled as a “subjective disorder,” which means that there is no objective medical test to prove the sufferer has it. Long-term disability insurance providers often use this as an excuse to deny these claims.
In order to obtain the disability benefits you deserve, it’s important to understand how CFS works, what information and documentation is needed for a diagnosis, and how to convince your long-term disability insurance company that your condition truly makes working impossible.
Read the articles below to find out what you need to know about being successful in your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome disability claim.