Disability Benefits for Cardiovascular Disease
Experienced Long-Term Disability Lawyer
Heart disease is one of the most common conditions which cause people to file for long-term disability insurance claims. Although there are many different types and degrees of heart disease, many of these conditions affect one's ability to work. If you have been told that you are unable to return to work for a long period of time or ever, you may qualify for disability benefits. Our disability insurance lawyer at Dabdoub Law Firm, Disability Insurance & ERISA Attorneys, has dealt with all types of disability claims surrounding cardiovascular disease and we are prepared to help.
Contact our firm right away at (800) 969-0488 if you need our help with a long-term disability claim.
Common Disabling Cardiovascular Conditions
While heart disease may be common and with the proper testing, easy to prove, this does not mean that disability insurance companies will simply hand over disability benefits. These types of claims can be hard to navigate because many insurance providers feel that you should be able to go back to work quickly. They may argue that after a short healing period, you can use medications to handle your symptoms and return to work and earning a wage.
We know that this is often not the case and many times returning to work can even place you at risk for a relapse. With more than 20 years of experience fighting big disability insurance companies, you can trust that we know how to counter these arguments.
Our firm represents disability claims for people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, such as:
- Chronic venous insufficiency
- Heart failure
- Heart attack
- Heart transplant
- Peripheral artery disease
- Congenital heart disease
- Ischemic heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Heart valve problems
Representation for Cardiovascular Disability Claims
If you are disabled and cannot return to work due to a cardiovascular disease or heart surgery, it is important that you speak with a heart disease long-term disability attorney. We are here to serve you and your best interests.
Request a free case consultation when you call us at (800) 969-0488.