Receiving a diagnosis of cancer can be devastating. You may have made a claim for disability benefits during your treatment for cancer, but you may also have developed other health issues after your treatment or as a result of treatment, which could prevent you from returning to work.
The physical, mental, emotional impact of cancer can be exhausting and overwhelming.
The effects of treatment may lead to cognitive, physical, emotional or psychological difficulties resulting in limitations and restrictions and functional difficulties (i.e. chronic pain, lymphedema, anxiety, depression, memory challenges).
If you are unable to return to work as a result of your symptoms and have access to long-term disability benefits, you may want to remain on long-term disability benefits or submit a new application if required. If your insurance company feels you are ready to return to work, but you feel you are unable to as a result of your symptoms, you should consider contacting a lawyer who practices disability law.
If your long-term disability benefits have been denied, for any reason, you can contact Aaron Waxman and Associates for a free initial consultation. Our firm has helped clients whose long-term disability benefits have been denied to resolve their disputes with their insurance companies.
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