The insurance company says that I am not seeking treatment, so they do not have to pay me. My doctor told me he has done all he can. Where does this leave me?
I am suffering from terrible anxiety. My doctor has asked me to take some time off but my employer disagrees and told the case manager at our group insurance company that I seemed fine. The case manager stated that there is no evidence of a disability and denied my claim. I would like to file an appeal. What can I do to strengthen my case?
My friends and family have told me that insurance companies do not pay long-term disability claims to people suffering from fibromyalgia. I recently applied and haven’t heard anything yet. What can I expect?
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