Crohn’s Disease – Disability Claim

Crohn’s Disease is a disorder that inflames the lining of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. The patches of inflamed intestine can penetrate healthy tissue and erode the layers from inner to outer lining. While Crohn’s is treatable, the medication can be expensive and insurance companies can sometimes apply higher premiums or altogether deny coverage to individuals with chronic symptoms.

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Crohn’s can occur at any point in the GI tract and disrupt the body’s ability to digest food, absorb nutrition and eliminate waste in a healthy manner. Crohn’s is usually present in the lower part of the small bowel and colon. While the symptoms may vary, they most commonly include abdominal pain, cramping, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and weight loss or lack of energy.

This is a lifelong disease, with an average risk of yearly flare ups at 30%. There is currently no cure for Crohn’s disease, but medical advances are making improvements to treatment. While treatment can diminish flare ups, there will still be points where those suffering from this disease will have to deal with painful and persistent symptoms, making it difficult to function in day to day life.

Disability Claim Lawyers at Share Lawyers have extensive experience in handling cases involving individuals who have been diagnosed with Crohn’s. We understand the patience and compassion that is needed to handle such a case, together with the need for sound legal advice. When you are suffering from these symptoms you are not at your best, and need the steady compassionate advice of experienced lawyers to assist you in navigating your way to fair and equitable resolution of your claim.

We would encourage you to contact us to consult further about your disability claim, to see if we can be of assistance to you and your family.

There are time limits to all claims and any delay in proceeding may be subject to a deadline so you should not delay in proceeding with your claim or obtaining legal advice to clarify these deadlines.

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