Dementia Disability Claims
Call Our Long-Term Disability Insurance Attorneys
Dementia is a serious chronic illness that can rapidly deteriorate a person’s physical and mental health, most often manifesting as severe memory loss. The majority of dementia cases are diagnosed in people aged 60 years or older. However, not every elder is retired. Furthermore, there are many cases in which dementia begins at a much younger age in a condition called Pick’s Disease. If you are struggling to find or keep work due to signs of dementia, you need to explore your eligibility for long-term disability insurance and its benefits as soon as possible.
Dabdoub Law Firm and our long-term disability insurance attorneys are truly compassionate and dedicated when it comes to assisting people with dementia secure disability insurance benefits. We are here to take care of all the difficulties and obstacles you might encounter when trying to understand your disability benefits options, or when dealing with an insurance company. Using our experience and knowledgeability, you can confidently file your claim, appeal an unfair denial, negotiate a fair lump-sum settlement amount, and even stand up for your rights in litigation, if need be. Our nationwide long-term disability attorneys are capable of taking claims in both state and federal courts.
Why trust in Dabdoub Law Firm?
- We have secured millions of dollars in disability benefits for our clients.
- We are familiar with all major insurance companies that might deny your claim.
- We only work on short-term and long-term disability claims and cases.
- We have won several major disability insurance lawsuits.
- We offer free case evaluations to all inquiring parties.
Let us know how we can help you. Call (800) 969-0488 today.
About Dementia & Its Debilitating Conditions
Dementia is not technically a single disease, but it is instead the manifestation of a number of severe conditions that impair cognitive abilities. Most often, people with dementia will experience memory loss paired with a noticeable lack of sound judgement. However, the symptoms and problems caused by dementia are as varied as they are serious.
Dementia symptoms and conditions can include:
- Cloudy thinking
- Social anxiety
- Pathological lying
- Failure to understand speech
- General confusion
- Proclivity to get lost, even in familiar settings
Dementia will also manifest as physical debilitations, especially as the condition worsens with time, or if it afflicts an elder. A loss of muscle control may be caused by dementia, which also increases the chances of falling, stumbling, or being unable to make fine motions, like holding a pen or typing. Due to the many, largely-unpredictable health problems caused by dementia, finding and keeping gainful employment can be an unreasonably difficult challenge.
Seeking Benefits to Help Pay for Dementia Treatments
Most forms of dementia do not have any cure, but specific treatments and therapies can help alleviate the symptoms. Routine physical and occupational therapy has proven useful for many patients, but it can be costly. This is where long-term disability insurance benefits become so crucial. With the right benefits granted to you through either private-provider or employer-provided disability insurance, you can utilize dementia treatments and live as comfortably as possible without draining your finances.
Our Disability Attorneys Can Help You
Dabdoub Law Firm was built to be a disability insurance law firm. Because all our disability lawyers focus on disability insurance claims, the firm has significant experience with every major disability insurance company and has won important disability lawsuits.
The firm can help at any stage of your long term disability claim, including:
- Submitting a disability insurance claim
- Appealing a long-term disability denial
- Negotiating a lump-sum settlement
- Filing a lawsuit against your disability insurance company
Hiring an experienced disability attorney is important. Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, our lawyers do not have to be located in your state.
Schedule a free consultation by calling (800) 969-0488 now.