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Most patients enter the battlefield with their insurer completely unarmed, and it shows. This issue is intended to provide you with the tools you need to deal effectively with your insurer when you have Lyme disease…
The patient denied treatment for Lyme disease often finds oneself in an adversarial system. Your tactics must be those of negotiation….
The ten points represent general actions you should consider when making your disability application to your disability insurer for Lyme disease…
You see your doctor and she tells you the time has come for you to take some time off of work and focus on getting better. You are disabled from working. Now what? Here are some options and a plan…
If Lyme disease has compromised your ability to earn a living, applying for Social Security disability may become necessary. Knowing the legal requirements can help you present your claim in the best possible light….
There is a common misconception that a child or dependent is no longer covered under a parent’s health insurance policy after age 26. This is not necessarily the case…
The destruction imposed upon the lives of people with Lyme disease due to the denial of health or disability coverage is distressing. Patients with Lyme disease may need a legal advocate to face down insurance gatekeepers…
The disability insurer has spent many years developing surveillance methods and locating database sources of information reflecting negatively on your credibility as a claimant….
The one thing that I have noticed is that invisible disabilities are not for wimps. It takes courage and strength to live with the physical limitations each day….
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