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Disabling Conditions

Medical and Disabling Conditions That Qualify You For Long Term Disability Benefits

The following is a list of the most common medical conditions and disabilities severe enough to qualify a worker for long term disability benefits. Some are physical conditions and some are mental illnesses.

This list is not exhaustive does not include all of the illnesses that can limit a person's ability to perform their job.

The Disability Legal Center is available to provide you with a free consultation regarding your claim for long-term disability benefits.

Musculoskeletal System

Special Senses and Speech

Respiratory System

Cardiovascular System

Digestive System

Genitourinary Impairments

Hematological Disorders

Skin Disorders

Adrenal Gland Disorders

Multiple Body System Impairments

Neurological/Nervous System Problems

Mental Disorders

Malignant Neoplastic Diseases

Sleep Disorders

TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP
If your long term disability claim was denied, you may be entitled to a major cash settlement.

But receiving fair compensation for your disabilities will not be easy. The insurance company employs highly trained adjusters and attorneys to ensure their profitability, which means paying you as little as they can.

Rely on the skills and knowledge of experienced team to level the playing field. We hold the insurance companies responsible and aggressively fight for the compensation you deserve.

Don’t wait. There are deadlines that must be met, or you may lose your rights forever. Fill out the Free Evaluation form and Schedule a Free, No Obligation Case Review now. Or call us at 888.320.2058. We are standing by to take your call, 24/7.

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