When someone has an issue with their head or neck, they will often be advised to pay a visit to an otolaryngologist, which is more commonly referred to as an ear, nose, and throat doctor (or an ENT). ENTs do incredible work day in and day out, helping people through both simple and complex medical issues, such as those involving hearing loss, chronic nosebleeds, and more. That said, even those in charge of helping others stay healthy can, at times, develop medical conditions or sustain injuries themselves. In the worst cases, these medical conditions can prevent them from returning to work in the long term. Please continue reading and contact an experienced Otolaryngologist Long Term Disability Attorney here at Walker & Hern to learn more about long-term disability, the benefits you may receive, and how our firm can help you, each step of the way.
Representation for Otolaryngologists
Walker & Hern has handled countless long-term disability cases for decades. We have seen individuals in virtually every profession who require long-term disability benefits, including otolaryngologists, and if you are currently unable to return to work, you can count on us to effectively fight for the benefits you deserve. We can guide you through each phase of the process, including:
- Filing a claim
- Negotiating lump sum settlements
- Protecting your future benefits
Medical Conditions That May Qualify for LTD Benefits
As you can imagine, there are a wide array of medical conditions that may qualify for long-term disability benefits, including diabetes, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, M.S., autoimmune diseases, hearing and vision loss, and various neurological disorders. That said, you should note that even certain mental conditions, such as schizophrenia, depression/anxiety, bipolar disorder, and more, may also qualify. It is always best to first speak with an experienced nationwide long-term disability attorney before seeking long-term disability benefits. Our firm can assess your case, determine whether you should qualify, and from there, gather and present sufficient evidence to prove that your disability significantly impacts your life and prevents you from returning to work for the foreseeable future. We operate on a contingency-fee-basis, which means that if we don’t win, you don’t pay. By hiring us, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Walker & Hern | Your Otolaryngologist Long Term Disability Attorney
If you are an otolaryngologist who can no longer return to work due to a disabling injury or medical condition, you can turn to us. Contact Walker & Hern today so we can begin the legal process on your behalf.