Chemotherapy Induced Cognitive Impairment Disability Attorneys
Handling Chemotherapy Induced Cognitive Impairment Claims Nationwide
At Dabdoub Law Firm, our Disability Insurance & ERISA Attorneys understand that disabilities which affect the brain are not always simple to prove. If you have been denied disability benefits or are having difficulty with your long-term disability claim, our firm can assist you. We have more than 20 years of experience representing clients against large disability insurance companies and our cognitive impairment disability lawyer is committed to your success.
According to the Mayo Clinic: “Chemo brain is a common term used by cancer survivors to describe thinking and memory problems that can occur during and after cancer treatment. Chemo brain can also be called chemo fog, cancer-related cognitive impairment or cognitive dysfunction.
Though chemo brain is a widely used term, the causes of concentration and memory problems aren't well-understood. It's likely that there are multiple causes. No matter the cause, chemo brain can be a frustrating and debilitating side effect of cancer and its treatment.”
Protecting The Rights Of Disability Policyholders
With extensive experience in this field of law, we have a thorough understanding of cognitive impairments and disabilities. These types of impairments can affect your ability to do your normal, daily tasks, let alone complete a full day's worth of work. If you are no longer able to work and cannot earn income, we understand just how serious this can be for you and your family. Our goal is to illustrate the severity of the issues you face and ensure you have the best chance of a successful claim.
Call us today at (800) 969-0488 today to find out what our firm can do for you.
Proving Cognitive Impairment Affects Your Abilities
While there are many causes of cognitive disorders, they are often seen as invisible conditions. This is due to the fact that these impairments often don't show up like an obviously broken leg but can affect everything from your judgment and memory to your emotion regulation. We work with doctors and other specialists to put together a case that illustrates your inability to work due to your cognitive impairment. For example, we can have a neuropsychological evaluation done to document your cognitive deficits and impairment.
Common Symptoms of Chemotherapy Induced Cognitive Impairment:
- Forgetting things that are usually easy to recall (memory lapses)
- Trouble concentrating (can’t focus, have a short attention span, may “space out”)
- Trouble remembering details like names, dates, and sometimes larger events
- Trouble multi-tasking, like answering the phone while cooking, without losing track of one task (they are less able to do more than one thing at a time)
- Taking longer to finish things (disorganized, slower thinking and processing)
- Trouble remembering common words (unable to find the right words to finish a sentence)
If the symptoms of chemotherapy induced cognitive impairment prevent you from working, Dabdoub Law Firm can help.
Disability Insurance Companies Have Lawyers. Shouldn’t You?
If you are filing a disability claim or facing a long-term disability claim denial, you should consult an experienced disability lawyer. Our lawyers specialize in disability claims with insurance companies.
Dabdoub Law Firm has expertise in disability insurance claims.
Our firm was built to fight for people who were wrongly denied long term disability benefits.
We have fought every major disability insurance company and recovered millions of dollars in disability benefits for our clients.
We have a proven track record of success and have changed existing laws by handling major disability lawsuits across the country.
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we do not have to be located in your state to help. All our lawyers commit every day to helping people get disability benefits from insurance companies.
Call to get help with:
Submitting a disability insurance claim
Appealing a long-term disability denial
Negotiating a lump-sum settlement
Filing a lawsuit against your disability insurance company