Disability for COVID-19 Frontline Workers Suffering from Mental Health Difficulties
You can qualify for a mental health-related disability claim in the wake of COVID-19.
COVID-19 healthcare workers like you have been burning the candle at both ends to protect the rest of us. The amount of professional, moral, and personal stress you've been facing is insurmountably high. Because of this, you may have developed symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, and/or adjustment disorder. Ultimately, these symptoms can make it impossible for you to meet the cognitive and emotional demands of your work -- resulting in disability.
You may qualify for long term disability benefits if you're struggling to:
Make decisions related to patient health;
Appropriately cope with patients, coworkers, and supervisors;
Tolerate normal work stressors;
Work long and unpredictable hours;
Sustain attention and concentration for extended periods;
Follow all healthcare facility procedures;
Remain reasonably flexible in the workplace; and more.
These difficulties may have a substantial impact on your ability to treat patients safely and responsibly, in addition to affecting your personal life.
You Helped Us. We're Here to Help You.
For over 25 years, Riemer Hess has been helping hardworking, disabled healthcare professionals successfully apply for disability benefits. We’ll work to prepare a comprehensive application package to help ensure you leave work protected and win your disability claim.
To achieve your goals, we'll need to understand your unique situation. We’ll then implement our proven LTD application strategy, which we have honed over 25 years. In fact, our strategy is so successful we win 95% percent of the claims we file.
Call us now at 212-297-0700 to discuss how we can help you.
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