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Category Archives: Bad Faith & Disability

What Are My Disability Options?

You have worked hard all of your life. Now, you are disabled and can no longer do your job. You may be concerned about paying your bills and providing for your family. Help is available. In fact, you have several disability options, depending on your unique situation. Talk to your Florida disability claims lawyer about… Read More »

What to Do When a Life Insurance Claim is Denied

Choosing to purchase a life insurance policy helps ensure the financial security of your loved ones in the tragic event you pass away. The last thing you want is the insurance company to deny a valid claim when your loved one tries to collect the compensation owed. If your spouse or close relative has died… Read More »

What is Residual Functional Capacity (RFC) and How Does it Relate to My Disability Case?

Residual Functional Capacity – RFC – is the maximum ability a person has to do work activities on a sustained basis.  Put another way, it is the most work a person can when you taken into consideration all of their mental and physical limitations.  Usually, a disability insurance company determines what a person’s RFC is… Read More »

What is “Sedentary” Work? …and Why Your Disability Insurance Company Cares

What is “Sedentary” Work? …and Why Your Disability Insurance Company Cares Many Disability Insurance policies use what they call an “any occupation” (also called “any occ”) definition of disability. That means that they evaluate whether you can do any occupation to determine if you are disabled. Since the insurance company is looking at whether you… Read More »