Chronic Headaches and MigrainesWhile many don’t view headaches as a condition, when someone suffers from chronic headaches or migraines, it can be debilitating, preventing individuals from completing actions that they’d normally be able to do as part of their job duty. There are a few different things that may be looked at, though, before the claim is granted. Here are some considerations that may come into play:
- How often do you suffer from serious headaches?
- How serious are the headaches when they occur?
- Do these headaches prevent you from completing normal job duties?
- Have you been seen by a doctor to determine if there is a cure?
Claims Involving FibromyalgiaFibromyalgia is not easily diagnosed, but it is a condition that is often associated with some serious symptoms that can make it difficult for anyone suffering from it to work effectively. These symptoms can include the following:
- You may experience widespread pain across multiple parts of your body
- You may be more fatigued than normal at random times, making it difficult to get motivated
- You may experience issues with your cognitive abilities and focus
Chronic Fatigue SyndromeWhen someone suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), it can create significant problems that can impact job capabilities, including symptoms of drowsiness, headaches, joint pain, and other physical pain. This can be difficult to overcome when you have certain aspects of your job that require physical labor or even mental stimulation. Unfortunately, even a proper diagnosis of CFS alone may not be enough to convince the insurance company that you need disability benefits. It’s important to have legal representation that can help you understand the process and what comes next. We can also help clients dealing with spinal cord and back injuries, traumatic brain injuries, blindness or deafness, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, or mental illness. At Delfino Green & Green, we know how difficult it can be to suffer an injury that prevents you from working in your normal capacity. When you need someone to help you understand your rights to disability benefits, we’re here to guide you from start to finish. Our lawyers are ready to work with you and help pursue the benefits you need. We’ll focus on your best interests and prevent you from having your rights taken advantage of by the insurance company.
To discuss your potential long-term disability claim with an experienced legal professional, call our firm today at 415-442-4646.We’re here for you when you need us most, and we’ll pursue benefits for medical expenses, lost income, and more.