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Welcome!  The Info Library is an internet-based resource that addresses in one place your questions and concerns about disability benefits, disability insurers, your illness, your occupation, and filing a claim, appeal or litigation.  In other words, a "Wikipedia" for disability claims.  If you would like to automatically receive new posts, please subscribe below.



Category: Illnesses - Mental Illness

Can You Get Long Term Disability for an Anxiety Disorder?

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Everyone experiences anxiety from time to time – but those who suffer from anxiety disorders know firsthand how paralyzing it can be to function day-to-day. If you’ve been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, your symptoms may significantly interfere with your ability to perform your job duties.

You may consider filing a long term disability insurance claim due to your anxiety.

Here’s what you need to know before filing your long term disability claim for an anxiety disorder.

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Long Term Disability Claim Tips for Bipolar Disorder

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Many people afflicted with bipolar disorder find themselves struggling to carry out their daily activities. The fluctuating symptoms may lead to serious complications in functioning and problems with personal relationships – making it difficult to hold down a job. Even with proper treatment, bipolar disorder can be problematic to manage.

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Your Insurer May Try to Characterize Your Physical Disability as a Mental Illness

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People who suffer from a disability causing both physical and mental symptoms can face certain challenges in filing their long term disability claims.  Insurers often try to categorize these claims as strictly "mental" in an  effort to limit liability.  This is because most long term disability policies limit benefits to 12 or 24 months when the disability is caused by a mental illness. Under these provisions, benefits will stop after one or two years even if you remain totally disabled.
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