The severe pain associated with osteoarthritis prevents many Americans from working in their own occupation or any occupation. Osteoarthritis disability insurance claims are often an issue for disability insurance companies due to the degenerative nature of the condition. Disability companies wrongfully expect some kind of conclusive event to have occurred in order to justify paying a person that has stopped working due to osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a chronic and degenerative condition and people suffer and continue to work for many years before they stop working. Our disability lawyers understand your medical condition and we know what the disability company needs to see in order to approve your claim. If the disability company refuses to act reasonably, then we will sue them and we know the legal standard that they must comply with. We try to do everything possible to avoid a lawsuit and make sure you continue to get paid every month.
Our disability insurance lawyers will work with your doctor(s) to make sure that the best medical evidence is obtained and presented to your disability carrier. People with osteoarthritis have good days and bad days. Insurance companies don’t believe in good days and will try to obtain video surveillance of you in order to prove that you can return to work. Our job is to protect your benefits and make sure the disability insurance company pays your claim. We know how the disability companies think and we are able to always keep you one step ahead of them. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss how we can assist you with your short or long term disability insurance claim. We assist claimants located anywhere in the USA.
A Record of Success with Osteoarthritis Disability Benefit Claims
Our disability insurance lawyers have years of experience assisting those who suffer from osteoarthritis. Read some of our resolved cases to see how we have helped people in your situation:
- $79,000 in long term disability insurance benefits is recovered for disabled teacher
- Attorney Dell & Schaefer prove dentist is totally disabled and not residually disabled
- MetLife approves disability insurance benefits for OB/GYN suffering from multiple orthopedic conditions
We welcome you to review hundreds of our client testimonials and resolved cases so that you can learn more about how we may be able to help you.
Resources About Osteoarthritis
For more information about osteoarthritis, visit the following links:
- National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
- American College of Rheumatology
- American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
To learn about osteoarthritis charitable organization take a look at:
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