“Our client was a teacher from Minnesota, suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Depression, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. His treating doctors recommended he stop working due to his severe conditions. He applied for disability benefits through his employer’s plan with Madison National. Unfortunately, Madison National denied our client’s claim asserting there was a lack of objective findings substantiating his limitations and restrictions.

Our client turned to Fields Disability for help. Our attorneys put together an appeal outlining the substantial medical evidence that was selectively cited, misstated, and ignored during the initial claim determination. Additionally, we received narrative reports from our client’s treating doctors establishing the basis for their opinions and the limitations they assessed for our client. After receiving our appeal, Madison National reversed its decision and paid our client his backpay. ”