Yes, you can get long-term disability benefits for a brain injury.
Brain injuries can lead to a cognitive or physical disability. Brain injuries can stem from falls, concussions, stroke, severe sports injury, or car accident.
Brain injuries can have immediate symptoms such as:
- loss of consciousness
- blurry or no vision
They can also have delayed symptoms such as:
- difficulty in concentrating
- memory loss
- inability to speak
Brain injuries are critical and require emergency care.
If you have suffered from a brain injury, it likely impacts your daily life such as being able to concentrate, pay attention and remember important things. It may cause chronic headaches that are unpredictable and uncontrolled.
As a result of a brain injury, you may be eligible for long-term disability benefits. The team of attorneys at Dabdoub Law Firm is highly skilled in obtaining disability insurance benefits from insurance companies for clients suffering from the effects of a brain injury.
When submitting a claim for long-term disability benefits, your insurance company may require various medical evidence prove your disability. This may include:
- diagnostic imaging of the brain
- neuropsychological evaluations
- medical records documenting restrictions and limitations
- functional capacity evaluations
- third party statements from friends and family
Because disability insurance law is complicated, it is important to get legal help from a lawyer who focuses on disability law.
As a law firm built to focus on disability insurance, our lawyers specialize in disability insurance. We spend every day working to get our clients long term disability benefits approved.
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we do not have to be located in your state to help.
If your claim for long-term disability benefits was denied or being delayed by an insurance company, call us to speak with a disability insurance attorney.
We represent clients across the U.S. with:
- Submitting a disability insurance claim,
- Appealing a long-term disability denial,
- Negotiating a lump-sum settlement, or
- Filing a lawsuit against your disability insurance company.
Call us at (800) 969-0488 or contact us online for a free consultation with a disability attorney.