“A man from New Jersey had been suffering from difficulties with cognition and fatigue. Eventually, he started experiencing blackout episodes. After fighting to continue to work, he no longer could. He was later diagnosed with orthostatic hypotension. His long-term disability insurer denied his claim for benefits arguing that he did not satisfy the definition of disabled.
Not knowing what he was supposed to do, he found the attorneys at Fields Disability. His attorney at Fields reviewed all the records the insurance company had and began getting updated records. He also obtained reports from the client’s treating doctors. After appealing, the insurer denied the claim once again we filed a lawsuit in federal court. The attorney was able to negotiate a settlement with the insurer which the client was very happy with. ”