Accountant Disability Claims
Long Term Disability Lawyers – Dabdoub Law Firm
In order to keep the lights on at companies and corporations of all sizes, accountants need to crunch the numbers each and every day. The budget of a business is arguably the most important part of the entire thing. When dollars and cents do not line up or do not get allocated correctly, all operations suffer, and feasibly could go under.
Staying on top of budgets and accounting spreadsheets is not simple work, as any accountant can attest. It is mentally demanding and can be downright draining by the end of an eight-hour shift. Accountants can and do develop disabling conditions that make work unduly difficult, which may make them eligible for disability benefits.
Health Problems Accountants May Develop
Accountants spend long hours in front of a computer and tapping away at calculators. Even when software can correctly calculate key points in a company’s budget, an accountant still needs to double-check its work. There is simply too much on the line to let computer error become a problem. As a result, accountants can develop carpal tunnel, arthritis, persistent eyestrain, and migraines, all of which can be considerably disabling. However, some of the worst work-related conditions an accountant can encounter are mental and emotional.
Constant strain and stress of high-stakes work can lead to:
- Mood swings
- Mental fatigue or forgetfulness
Why Disability Insurance Companies Know Our Name
Dabdoub Law Firm and our legal team of long term disability attorneys has a reputation of taking on large disability insurers. Throughout our years of collective experience focused completely on disability insurance claims, we have directly challenged every single major insurance company based in or selling policies in America. The results of all our efforts has amounted to millions of dollars in disability benefits successfully collected and recovered for our clients.
Are you an accountant who is experiencing undue hardship at work due to a disability or injury? Please do not hesitate to call our disability claim law firm at (800) 969-0488. During your no-cost case evaluation, we can help you determine if you are eligible for disability and what to do next if you are eligible. We are ready to stand by your side through thick and thin, even if your case needs to go to state or federal court for trials or appeals.