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Is It Difficult To Long Term Disability For Arthritis?

Is it difficult to get long term disability for arthritis?
Disability Benefits - Question 108
This will depend on how strong your medical information is in support of the restrictions and limitations you experience as a result of suffering from arthritis, and also the specific impact your symptoms have on your ability to perform your job. Some jobs are more physically demanding than others and insurance companies tend to focus on finding ways to reject claims rather than giving you the benefit of the doubt. That being said, arthritis can often be quite disabling and if you are having difficulty with your insurance company, you should not hesitate to contact us to discuss your chances.
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