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Disability Insurance Claim Due to HIV/AIDS Lawyer Assistance

HIV/AIDS has been an epidemic for more than thirty years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that approximately 1.1 million people nationwide are living with HIV infection, and almost 1 in 5 (18.1%) are unaware of their infection. If you are disabled as a result of HIV or AIDS and/or secondarily related diseases, our disability insurance attorneys are available to discuss your potential short or long term disability insurance claim. The medications for treating and controlling HIV are very effective, however the side effects of the medications and secondary medical conditions often make it difficult for people with HIV to work. We have represented numerous long term disability claimants suffering with HIV and our disability lawyers understand the restrictions and limitation caused by the disease.

Our Lawyers Have the Experience to Assist with Your HIV Disability Claim

If you have HIV/AIDS and are unsure if you could have a viable disability claim, contact our disability insurance attorneys today for a free immediate consultation. Your call will be answered by a disability attorney. We offer free consultations to claimants across the country. Insurance companies have strong legal representation and it can be difficult to battle the insurance company on your own.

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  • Bob,

    I would be happy to discuss your Hartford claim with you. You can email me at Rachel@diattorney.com and we can set up a time to talk.

    Rachel AltersJul 17, 2019  #10

  • I became sick with AIDS in March 2013 and my employer had a 3rd sick pay with a long term disability insurance company that I’ve been receiving benefits from since then. Recently, The Hartford Life Insurance Company, who pays me benefits has ratcheted up their investigation on me so much though that I’m worried about receiving continued benefits. I’m now beginning the process to find an insurance disabilities advocate.

    Bob in Pitttsburgh OAJul 16, 2019  #9

  • Gerald, unfortunately without continuous care and treatment from a qualified physician it’s really difficult to get the insurance company to pay your Ltd benefit. It becomes very difficult when your insurance is cut off and you can’t afford to pay for doctors. If you need to file a lawsuit please contact me. I will also send you an email so you can send me the most recent denial. Once I receive it I can let you know if I am able to assist you.

    Rachel AltersApr 1, 2019  #8

  • I been denied 3 times in the past year, I have no health insurance. That’s what been stopping me from seeing the right doctors.

    Gerald M.Mar 30, 2019  #7

  • Michael, if you are experiencing symptoms that prevent you from working and you are covered under a disability insurance policy you may be eligible for benefits.

    Victor PeñaJan 26, 2019  #6

  • I have HIV positive, can I get disability insurance?

    MichaelJan 25, 2019  #5

  • Bernice, if your son’s claim is for SSDI benefits you will need to consult with a SSDI attorney as to appealing the denial. Our office only handles private disability insurance claims. If you need assistance in locating a SSDI attorney near your office please feel free to contact our office and we can see if we can assist you with same.

    Stephen JessupDec 22, 2016  #4

  • My son is Hiv and is currently receiving ssa benefit. After a recently released determination review helpful is being terminated from receiving benefits effective 2/1″/2017. When his case was review documentations was not reviewed from his psychiatrist. Only the recommended psychiatrist ssa sent him to. My son has a bipolar disorder as well alone with kidney disease. He needs to file an appeal. Can you help please.

    BerniceDec 21, 2016  #3

  • Ryan, given your claims history it would seem that you are not at risk. However, that is not to say that Guardian won’t continue to investigate the claim so it is imperative that you continue with your treatment and that your doctors remain supportive.

    Stephen JessupMar 23, 2016  #2

  • I have been disabled through Guardian due to AIDS related complications for 13 years. Will they try to drop me?

    RyanMar 22, 2016  #1

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