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.

Please read below for pertinent blog posts you
may find helpful:

Another Reason Not to Use Your Pension before Retirement: ERISA Offset

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Every year thousands of people are wrongfully denied long-term disability benefits from their insurance company. Often, these individuals will take early withdrawal from their retirement plan in orde...

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Depression and Pain: Is it all in your head?

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Pain and depression are among the leading causes of long term disability. According to a literature review, on average 63 % of patients with depression experience one or more pain complaint and depre...

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Can I Get Payment For Pain and Suffering For Emotional Trauma My ERISA Insurance Company Puts Me Thorough?

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Unfortunately, Congress did not offer this protection to individuals injured by their group disability insurance company. The insurance company can wrongly deny your claim; make you retain and pay a ...

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Reckless Behavior and ERISA

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Sometimes individuals are unaware of how their conduct may affect the entitlement to benefits that they have secured for their loved ones. I continue to encourage everyone with a group disability poli...

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ERISA: How To Keep All Your Long Term Disability Benefits

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It’s a fact that most Americans are only a few paychecks away from financial disaster. Disability Income insurance offers some protection by protecting a portion of your income. Most disability pla...

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Can I File My ERISA Appeal Without An Attorney?

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The answer to this question is yes. However, the real question is Should you? That answer is a resounding NO! I am often contacted by people who have exhausted their administrative remedies and nee...

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Top 5 Tips on Keeping Your Long Term Disability Payments

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Go to the doctor. Regularly. Make sure you are clear with the doctor about new symptoms. If you are shy or nervous and feel uncomfortable about doing this, bring along a family member. Keep a diary...

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

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Here a simple thing you can do that could have a tremendous impact on your long-term disability claim: Take a picture! Suppose you have a condition that is visible to the naked eye, or you struggle to...

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Top 5 Mistakes in ERISA Disability Cases

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No one is immune from everyday pitfalls and mistakes that everyone is bound to make, but there are some avoidable ones I see over and over again. Applying for disability benefits before reading the d...

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Deadly Deadlines

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In ERISA long term disability cases there are a number of deadlines. Missing any of them could be fatal to your claim. >Providing Proof of Loss – Most insurance policies will have a deadline for pr...

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