Disabling Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Disabling Condition
One of the more difficult disabling conditions to prove is chronic fatigue syndrome¹. Chronic fatigue is a debilitating disease that affects your brain. You may feel extreme fatigue to the point where you are debilitated from daily life and work. In some cases, physical symptoms may manifest, including muscle and joint pain. Symptoms of chronic fatigue can include:
- Sore throat
- Muscle pain/tension
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Abnormal amounts of sleep
- Excessive fatigue
- Loss of concentration/memory
If you are suffering from chronic fatigue to the point where it has disabled you, you should consider seeking a disability insurance claim. At Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP, our lawyer is a pre-eminent disability insurance attorney with nearly 30 years of experience. Attorney Keith L. Martin will review and interpret your insurance policy and seek maximum payment for your chronic fatigue claim. His practice focuses entirely on individual and group disability insurance. Because of this, he is able to provide the results you are looking for in your disability claim.
Documenting Chronic Fatigue
Proper documentation is key in chronic fatigue cases. We will work with you and the appropriate experts and medical professionals in properly documenting how your condition has disabled you. We have years of experience in knowing what facts are pertinent in proving your disability benefits claim and will help you supplement your application with the right information.
Contact Us for an Experienced Insurance Lawyer
If you are not able to come to us because of your disability, we will not hesitate to come to you. We are available to handle cases throughout Pennsylvania and also nationwide. To schedule a free initial consultation with our disability lawyer, call 215-731-9900, toll free 800-887-4529 or contact us online.
chronic fatigue syndrome¹ – http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/chronic-fatigue-syndrome/basics/definition/con-20022009