Disability Insurance Attorneys for Peripheral Neuropathy Claims
Helping Clients With Peripheral Neuropathy Across the U.S.
The peripheral nervous system is a vast communication network that sends signals from your brain and spinal cord to all other parts of your body. When this system is damaged, you can face problems with everything from movement to digestion to your immune system. Peripheral neuropathy refers to a collection of conditions that involve damage to the peripheral nervous system. Depending on the nerves that are damaged, symptoms can range from mild to disabling.
Motor nerve damage, for example, causes muscle weakness and painful cramps, and sensory nerve damage can affect balance, coordination, and feeling. Some people with sensory nerve damage even experience severe pain from light touches that are normally painless, such as bedsheets on their bodies. While less visible, autonomic nerve damage can cause problems with blood pressure, temperature regulation, and gastrointestinal symptoms. In rare cases, autonomic nerve damage can affect eating and swallowing.
Any of these symptoms could be enough to keep people from work. Fortunately, many Americans carry short-term or long-term disability insurance.
If you need time to focus on your health, Dabdoub Law Firm can help you recover the benefits you need from insurance companies.
Whether you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy or another medical condition, put 20 years of experience on your side and call Dabdoub Law Firm at (800) 969-0488 today.
What Does Peripheral Neuropathy Feel Like?
Peripheral neuropathy is sometimes linked to other conditions, like diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus. Most people describe peripheral neuropathy as feelings of “pins and needles,” weakness, throbbing pain, and “sharp, lightening-like pain.” In the United States, 25 to 30% of people experience peripheral neuropathy at some point in their lives. Sometimes, the disease has an underlying cause and is curable, but other peripheral neuropathies cannot be cured.
Most treatments help patients manage pain. Nevertheless, medications like antidepressants can have adverse side effects. Each type of peripheral neuropathy also develops differently, so you may be fine one day and start deteriorating the next.
If your condition is interfering with your ability to work, you may need time to focus on your health. Some cases of peripheral neuropathy continue to get worse, so you may have to stop working entirely.
No matter what kind of peripheral neuropathy you’re facing, our disability lawyers can help you get the disability benefits you need while you take time to recover or adapt to a life without employment.
Attorneys That Specialize in Handling Your Disability Insurance Claims
As a law firm that specializes in helping people get disability benefits from insurance companies, Dabdoub Law Firm is made up of attorneys who are experts in disability insurance.
- Every lawyer at our firm focuses on disability insurance claims, appeals, and lawsuits.
- We have a proven track record of success.
- We have won major disability lawsuits in federal court.
- We have recovered millions of dollars in disability benefits for clients across the country.
- Our disability lawyers have challenged every major insurance company and know their tactics.
With so much at stake, shouldn’t you have experienced disability lawyers on your side?
Don’t hesitate to reach out. Federal law (ERISA) applies to most disability insurance claims, so your disability lawyer does not have to be located in your state to help.
Call us at (800) 969-0488 to speak with a disability insurance lawyer today. Free consultations and no fees unless you win!