What if I've been to my doctor, but still don't have an actual diagnosis? Can I still make a claim for benefits?
If your claim has been denied because the insurance company says that there is insufficient medical information to prove your claim, then you should get a lawyer to challenge that. The absence of a specific diagnosis does not mean that you lack real symptoms constituting entitlement to benefits or compensation.
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