3 Reasons Your Invisible Disability Benefit Claim Was Denied

When many people think of a claimant who is receiving disability benefits, they picture someone who is visibly and physically unable to work.  Although many claimants suffer from conditions of this nature, some of the most painful and devastating conditions include categories often referred to as “invisible disabilities.”  Invisible disabilities include such conditions as CFIDS, Fibromyalgia, chronic pain and mental illnesses, such as anxiety or depression.  These conditions can be every bit as severe and debilitating as outwardly obvious conditions but are often met with skepticism and distrust by disability claim professionals.  Many claimants who suffer from invisible diseases encounter seemingly unending questions and problems with their long term disability claims and the claims process.  We have seen people make inadvertent errors in how they’re presented their disability claims and simply give up, surrendering their rights to the disability benefits they actually deserve.  Here are the three common reasons that disability claims based on one of these invisible diseases are denied. Continue reading