Anesthesiologist Disability Claims
Filing a Claim with Our Long Term Disability Attorneys
An anesthesiologist has the unique responsibility of administering the right and safe amounts of anesthesia or anesthetics to a patient who will undergo surgery or another procedure that could induce pain. As a surgeon conducts the surgery, the anesthesiologist continues assisting them by watching various patient vitals. In many medical settings, including dentistry, the anesthesiologist’s work is often considered one of the most important and single most dangerous. A slight overdose of anesthetics could cause serious patient harm, and an insufficient dosage amount might mean the patient experiences pain during the procedures. At the end of a workday, an anesthesiologist may experience significant stress and anxiety from the expectations of their occupation.
Dabdoub Law Firm and our long term disability insurance lawyers are capable of providing you with experienced and compassionate legal counsel when you need to file for disability benefits as an anesthesiologist. If you have experienced a medical condition that is making it difficult or impossible for you to keep working without undue discomfort, then you should see how we can help you achieve long term disability coverage.
Reasons why people trust in Dabdoub Law Firm:
- Our case victories have been in the news.
- Our experience includes working with every major insurance company.
- We can take a case to trial court and federal courts of appeal.
- We have decades of experience working on long term disability cases.
Insurance companies are never eager to offer a disability benefits payout. As such, you might encounter unexpected resistance and obstacles. Putting our long-term disability insurance attorneys in your corner means you will be ready to manage, appeal, settle, and litigate your claim.
Health Conditions Suffered by Anesthesiologists
In most any medical setting, there are on-the-job stressors that can eventually lead to health concerns and complications. This is true of anesthesiologists, of course. On the other hand, illnesses or injuries that occur outside of work can be acute enough to make an anesthesiologist’s job unduly difficult. Anything that interrupts their focus is quite dangerous, as precision is an absolute must when administering anesthesia, or while studying a patient’s vitals for signs of trauma.
An anesthesiologist may experience the following disabling conditions:
- Cognitive impairment due to anxiety, depression, or stress
- Eyestrain or vision loss
- Back pain from standing at attention in surgery theaters
Experienced Representation for the Entirety of Your Claim
Our law firm was created with a single purpose in mind: to help people get disability benefits from insurance companies. With that kind of focus, millions of dollars in long-term disability benefits have been paid to our clients.
Every day, our disability lawyers work to get insurance companies to approve long-term disability claims or appeal disability benefits denials. We have won several major lawsuits for disability benefits in federal court.
With so much at stake, shouldn’t you have experienced disability lawyers on your side?
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we do not have to be located in your state to help.
Call (800) 969-0488 to speak with a disability insurance lawyer.