I was denied due to lack of objective medical evidence. Am I ineligible for disability benefits?
If the insurance company denied you because of a lack of "objective medical evidence", this does not mean you are ineligible for benefits. You simply need the right tools to work within the legal arena in order to access your disability benefits. Having supportive treating physicians who appreciate your disabling condition and its impact on your day-to-day life, remaining compliant with and pro-active about rehabilitation and treatment, requesting modified duties that you would be able to perform on the job (wherever possible), and retaining a lawyer who understands the nature of your medical condition and has experience litigating these insurance claims are but a few of the tools that you should use to assert your rights to disability benefits.
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