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Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Qualify for Long Term Disability?

There are few ailments more common, albeit potentially severe than arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a very serious medical condition that for some, can prevent them from returning to work. People with rheumatoid arthritis suffer from a wide array of symptoms, including chronic fatigue, painful or stiff joints, fevers, and, in the worse cases, rheumatoid arthritis […]

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Does HIV/AIDS Qualify for Long Term Disability Benefits?

As you know, living with HIV/AIDS can be extremely complicated, and for many, it takes a significant toll. If you are someone with HIV/AIDS, you may suffer from fevers, severe aches, mental health issues, mouth sores/ulcers, weight loss, and more. Unfortunately, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you may currently find yourself unable […]

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Does Hearing Loss Qualify for Long Term Disability Benefits?

As you may know, it is not uncommon for people to lose their hearing as they grow older. Unfortunately, there are times where hearing loss can get so bad that it significantly impacts an individual’s life. When this happens, hearing loss can cause those affected to constantly hear muffled or jumbled sounds, and in the […]

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Does Having a Stroke Qualify for Long Term Disability Benefits?

There are few things more devastating than suffering a serious stroke. Unfortunately, this is something that happens to thousands of Americans every single year. In most cases, a serious stroke can damage parts of a person’s brain. This, in turn, can limit someone’s ability to properly chew and swallow food, it may affect their speech, […]

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Does Osteoporosis Qualify for Long Term Disability Benefits?

When someone develops a medical condition that prevents them from returning to work, they will generally seek long term disability benefits to help them and their families attain the peace of mind they need to move on with their lives without the security of a regular paycheck from their employer. Those with osteoporosis oftentimes will […]

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