As a disability lawyer and social security attorney, the CJ Henry Law Firm believes we should provide updated information to our clients. This will help them better understand the legal process involved in obtaining disability benefits. We want to keep our clients up to date about legal happenings in the field of disability insurance in Florida and other legal matters pertaining to disability.

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CAT SCAN TECHNOLOGIST WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND CHRONIC PAIN WINS AGAINST UNUM

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A CT technologist at an area hospital applied for benefits under her disability insurance policy that she paid for through payroll deductions. Although she had rotator cuff tear for many years, her e...

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My ERISA disability insurance claim was denied. What do I do next?

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Once your ERISA claim is denied, you can file a federal lawsuit to get your benefits. However, ERISA laws require that you submit an appeal to the plan administrator (or insurance company), within 180...

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ERISA Disability Lawyer, Ocala Florida

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If you need an experienced ERISA disability attorney in the Ocala, Florida area, C J Henry Law Firm, PLLC can help. We specialize in obtaining disability benefits for people throughout Ocala and the ...

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Call Governor Crist and Urge Him to Veto Workers’ Compensation-HB 903!!

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Denied Disability Insurance Benefits Ocala, Florida

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If you've been denied ERISA Disability Insurance benefits in Ocala, Florida, Claudeth Henry of C J Henry Law Firm can help. Most people pay insurance premiums for years, believing the benefits will b...

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Claimant Entitled Disability Benefits For Distinct Disability From Seperate Distinct Accident.

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A Claimant is entitled to 104 weeks of TTD for each seperate, distinct disability resulting from a seperte distinct accident. Auman v. Leverock's Seafood House, 15 FLWCLB 226 (Fla. 1st DCA 2008).

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WORKERS' COMPENSATION/PSYCIATRIC DISABILITY

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Six-month limitation on payment of temporary benefits for psychiatric disability is not applicable except when Impairment Benefits are actually being paid. W.G. Roe & Sons v. Razo-Guevara, 34 FLW D46 ...

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How To Dispose of Unused Medicines

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Some of my ERISA and long term disability clients have medicine cabinets filled with expired drugs or medications they no longer use. How should you dispose of them? According to the Food and Drug A...

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What is the Statute of Limitation in My ERISA Disability Claim?

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Statute of limitation is the period of time in which an individual must file a suit in court. Failure to file within the specified time may result in being forever barred from pursuing their claim. ...

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What If My Doctor Refuses To Fill Out The Forms For My Disability Insurance Claim?

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Unfortunately, you may need to get another doctor, or at the very least a second opinion. Your physician plays a vital role in your disability claim. Not only must his records provide objective evid...

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