If you suffer from a cardiological condition, you may consider filing for short or long term disability insurance benefits to provide financial support during your recovery period, or on a permanent basis if your condition is chronic. However, filing a disability insurance claim for cardiological conditions can be a complicated and overwhelming process, especially when you’re still dealing with the physical and emotional toll of your condition.
Working with an experienced disability insurance attorney can help ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve so you can focus on your recuperation without worrying about financial stress. In this article, we will explore what cardiological conditions cause disability, how insurance companies evaluate disability claims for cardiological conditions, what types of evidence you can submit in support of your claim, and how The Maddox Firm can help prove your cardiological condition disability claim.
What Cardiological Conditions Cause Disability?
There are several cardiological conditions that can cause short or long term disability. A few examples of disabling cardiological conditions include:
Congestive heart failure: This is a condition where the heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs. It can cause shortness of breath, fatigue, and swelling in the legs and feet. In severe cases, it can lead to disability and decreased quality of life.
Coronary artery disease: T