“A young mother of 2 from Arkansas suffered from the effects of Arnold-Chiari Syndrome. This included frequent blackouts and migraine headaches. As a result, she could not continue working. Lincoln Financial, her long-term disability carrier, accepted her claim and paid benefits. The insurer later cut off her benefits claiming that the medical records did not show she was unable to perform her own occupation.
Unsure of what to do, she reached out to Fields Disability. The attorneys at Fields went right to work updating the client’s medical records to submit to the insurance company. In addition, we worked with her neurosurgeon to provide a narrative report which highlighted the effects of her condition. Upon review, the insurance company reversed their decision and reinstated her monthly benefits. The client was overjoyed at the reinstatement of his benefits and could rest easy knowing that she could provide for her children. ”