The answer to the question is, “Yes! You can get your disability insurance if you’ve developed RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy).” But you’ll want an RSD lawyer that knows exactly what to do.
RSD, which is also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, is a chronic pain condition that causes intense, continuous pain usually through the feet, legs, arms and hands. RSD usually gets worse over time and there is no cure. Many doctors don’t even recognize it and often misdiagnose the condition. But if you or your loved one has RSD, you know the condition is absolutely real.
Since RSD occurs from of a malfunction of the sympathetic nervous system, insurers argue that you can’t prove it was triggered by an accident. In a nutshell, that’s what can make these cases complicated. However, RSD can be triggered as a result of injury to the autonomic nervous system, and a good RSD lawyer knows how to prove it.
If you have RSD, or know someone who does, you’ll want a top RSD lawyer to handle your claim. Quadrino Schwartz is the leading disability insurance law firm in the country, with more than five decades worth of combined experience handling disability claims of all kinds. If you or someone else you know has RSD, there’s still some hope for claiming disability insurance money. Call us at 1-800-745-1755 for a consultation.