- DISABILITY CLAIM FAQ
COVID has affected the lives of millions of people. While some people who have had COVID recover after two weeks, and return to their normal life, there are many people who are left with long lasting, even permanent, medical conditions that they did not have before contracting COVID. These people are referred to as “long-haulers”. One of the many problems these people face is their inability to return to work, for an unknown period of time, or permanently. They face the difficult challenge of applying for disability, whether through Social Security, or from a group or private insurance policy, neither of which is prepared for “long-hauler” claims. But they need to prepare quickly, because there are going to be a lot of people left disabled from this virus, and they will need disability payments to survive.Previous Next
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