Huntington’s disease is a serious neurodegenerative, genetic condition. Its symptoms are progressive, presenting both physically and cognitively. The rate at which the disease develops varies from person to person, but typically Huntington’s symptoms appear when a person is middle aged. Once symptoms are present, Huntington’s tends to progress rapidly.
Many people with Huntington’s are eligible for long term disability benefits. Before applying for these benefits, it is important to understand what evidence you will need to get your claim approved by your insurance company.
Below we will outline what you need to get approved for long term disability benefits for Huntington’s disease.