Compiling Objective Evidence to Validate Your Disability Claim
An Experienced Team of Disability Benefits Attorneys Serving Clients Nationwide
Even when a physical or mental condition has affected you to the point you can no longer continue in your career, it is often extremely difficult to prove to insurance companies that you deserve compensation.
At MyLTDbenefits.com, we assist individuals suffering with the onset of a long-term disability by thoroughly compiling and effective presenting objective evidence. Our team of dedicated disability law attorneys has handled these claims for over 20 years and understands how to find and utilize evidence that will hold up in court.
We are a disability benefits law firm with a nationwide reach. Contact us online or call 1-888-843-1261 to discuss your long-term disability claim in a free initial phone consultation.
Why Objective Evidence is Needed
Many insurance policies require objective evidence before they will dole out benefits on an insurance claim.
Objective evidence may include test results from x-rays, MRI, and blood tests that substantiates that your long-term disability and prohibits you from working. Most importantly, a well-conducted functional capacity evaluation provides objective clinical evidence on whether you are physically capable of performing the usual and customary duties of your occupation. This is the evidence that insurance companies cannot deny. This evidence is especially important in proving elusive disabilities such as Fibromyalgia, pain syndromes and chronic back conditions. In addition, psychological and neuropsychological testing are objective tools we may use to defeat the insurance company’s claims that you are malingering or exaggerating your disabling condition.
When Objective Evidence is Not Available
In situations when conclusive objective evidence is unavailable, your claims may still be validated through the use of subjective evidence. Subjective evidence includes physician observations, self reports, friend and family observations. If objective evidence is unavailable to prove your condition, we will certainly develop a proper record with all available information substantiating your disability.
Contact our firm to receive representation from an experienced disability benefits lawyer. We offer a variety of billing options.