Long-Term Disability Insurance Claims

Long-Term Disability Claims Specialists

Building your long-term disability case can be a stressful process, but you don’t have to handle it alone. At D’Agostino & Associates, our team works closely with people like you to create strong, evidence-based disability claims. We guide you through all of the steps to build your case. Our team has helped clients with a wide array of different illnesses, injuries, and conditions get the coverage they deserve. Below, we will list several debilitating conditions that are common causes of long-term disability claims. If a condition you have is not listed, we may still be able to help you.

We serve clients in New York, New Jersey, and Tennessee. If your debilitating injury or symptoms prevent you from traveling to one of our offices, we may be able to serve you through phone, video call, and more. Bite back, and get the money you deserve, with D’Agostino and Associates.

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Long-Term Disability Claim Topics

Anxiety disorders can come with an assortment of debilitating physical, mental, and emotional symptoms.

Arthritis is a common condition for many older Americans. It is a disability caused by the swelling or inflammation of joints.

Asthma affects many Americans, especially in high-smog areas. It is a lifelong condition, that could be a disability later in life.

Chronic back pain, and injuries as a result of trauma, can be considered debilitating enough to qualify for Long-Term Disability.

Those living with BPD deal with chemical imbalances in the brain. It can cause swings and fluctuations between depressive and manic behaviors.

Cancer is one of the Leading causes of Long-Term Disability. Not only is cancer itself debilitating, but many of the treatment methods are, as well.

Compression of the median nerve within the wrist can affect your work capacity. It can limit your ability to perform wrist movements or type.

CFS can cause weakness, low energy, cognitive issues, and more. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be further exacerbated by physical activity.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led many Americans to suffer from a variety of health issues relating to post-COVID conditions, or “Long COVID.”

Crohn’s Disease is a chronic form of Irritable Bowel Disease. Frequent bathroom trips and intestinal pain can make it debilitating for some individuals.

DDD can cause severe and crippling back pain. Depending on the severity of your disc degeneration, you may be able to classify it as a long-term disability.

Depression is a severe mental health condition.  If your depression limits your capacity to perform your job, consider filing for long-term disability.

The primary symptom of epilepsy is repeating seizures. Along with other symptoms, your epilepsy may qualify you for Long-Term Disability

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that often causes fatigue, sleep issues, and cognitive impairment in those who live with the condition.

Heart Disease is a condition that is one of the leading causes of death in America. In severe cases, it may qualify you for Long-Term Disability.

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome is a connective tissue disorder resulting in chronic joint pain and hyperflexibility. These overextensions can be debilitating.

Irritable Bowel Disease can Qualify for Long-Term Disability if the pain and frequency of bathroom breaks limit your capacity to function at work.

The lower region of the back can be strained or damaged in several ways. Chronic lumbar pain and injuries could qualify for long-term disability.

Macular Degeneration is a condition that can impact your ability to read, drive, use a computer, or perform everyday tasks that require visual coordination.

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) is a chronic condition where allergy cells (masts) cause immediate allergic reactions, even without an allergen present. 

If your diagnosed mental health symptoms are debilitating, you may be able to qualify for your Long-Term Disability insurance benefits.

MS is an autoimmune disease that causes communication issues within the nervous system. For many with MS, it can have a profound effect on their daily lives.

A serious neck injury can make it difficult to navigate daily life or continue working safely. Your Long-Term Disability insurance for benefits may be necessary. 

Nerve damage can be considered a disability, especially if it hinders your ability to work. Surgical intervention and recovery to repair it may also qualify you.

Peripheral Neuropathy can be a symptom of other debilitating conditions or a result of an injury. But it could qualify for a long-term disability claim.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a common form of anxiety characterized by repeated behaviors. Generally, it can be long-lasting, or a life-long condition.

The symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease can make it difficult or impossible to continue working as it progresses. Long-Term Disability may be needed to help you.

Scoliosis and Kyphosis are spinal conditions that can cause back pain and spinal problems. They may ultimately lead to needing Long-Term Disability. 

Spinal stenosis can be a cause for needing Long-Term Disability coverage if it affects your ability to perform at work. 

If you are experiencing severe back pain as a result of Spondylolisthesis, where your vertebra slips forward, consult an experienced disability attorney.

Depending on the severity of your TBI, you may have to live with physical and/or cognitive difficulties, which may be enough to permanently disable you.

Tinnitus can incapacitate you, and make it difficult or even impossible to work. You may be eligible for short-term or long-term disability depending on severity.

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Additional Topics

  • Long-Term Disability (General)
  • Surveillance & Disability Inquiry
  • Disability and Being Fired
  • ERISA Litigation
  • Functional Limitations
  • Functional Capacity Evaluation
  • Neuropsychological Evaluation
  • Attending Physician Statements
  • Disability for Doctors/Surgeons

Trust D’Agostino & Associates to Handle Your Disability Claim

One of the best ways to improve your chances of a successful long-term disability claim is by working with an experienced disability attorney. They can help you get all of the right paperwork in order and will guide you every step of the way. The law team at D’Agostino & Associates is dedicated to providing a hands-on approach to your disability claim. We will work alongside you and your doctors to produce a disability claim with a lot of strong evidence in your favor. Our law team is here for you.

At D’Agostino & Associates, our team of lawyers can help you sort through all the details, understand what you are entitled to, and fight to get what you deserve. D’Agostino & Associates P.C. has offices in New York, New Jersey, and Tennessee. Contact us, or call us at 1-888-245-2924 to schedule a free consultation with our attorneys.