Given that Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose and treat, how do insurance companies assess these types of disability claims?
Initially, with great skepticism. Like other “invisible “ disabilities with credible evidence about the impact symptoms have the ability to perform gainful employment, presented through experienced disability lawyers, good case outcomes are possible.
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