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Help Is Here If You Have Lupus And Need Insurance Coverage

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that is often disabling. Unfortunately, far too many individuals, employers and insurance providers either do not understand lupus or believe that it is not a disabling condition.

At Disability Insurance Law Group, however, we understand the severe toll that lupus can have on its sufferers. We are a team of attorneys who help people with disabling injuries and illnesses. Based in Fort Lauderdale, we work with clients throughout Florida to make insurance providers pay the coverage they owe.

A Primer On Lupus

Lupus, also known by its scientific name, systemic lupus erythematosus, occurs when the immune system turns against its own tissue and organs. Patients typically experience inflammation, tissue damage, fatigue, joint pain and facial rashes. Lupus has a range of triggers that vary patient to patient. Some triggers can include light, stress, infections and certain medications. Although there is no cure, treatment with immunosuppressant drugs can keep symptoms under control.

The Trouble With Lupus And Disability Insurance

If your lupus inhibits your ability to work, it may count as a disabling condition and you may qualify for disability insurance. However, many insurance companies try to avoid paying claims related to lupus, as the limitations due to the condition are subjective. Our disability claims attorneys have worked with numerous clients whose insurance companies rejected, delayed or made a too-low offer on a lupus claim. To obtain disability coverage, you will likely need the advocacy of lawyers like us who can hold your insurer to its policy and get coverage into your hands.

Place Your Claim In Our Hands – Free Consultations

Coping with lupus is difficult enough without the strain of an insurance claim. Our lawyers have the ability to handle your claim and take some stress off your shoulders. Call us toll free at 866-363-3628, call us locally at 954-546-7455 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation.