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What are the Most Common Disabling Conditions for a Long Term Disability Claim

Published: 2010-09-20 - Updated: 2016-03-20
Author: Disability Attorneys Dell & Schaefer | Contact:

Synopsis: There are generally two sources of disability number one is accidents and number two is illnesses.

Main Digest

Ninety-one percent of long-term disability claims are caused by illness and not by injury.


There was a recent study by the Disability Council of Awareness in which they did a survey of the long-term disability companies, as well as social security disability, and came up with what percentage of claims were caused by what types of illnesses.

For example, the major disablers were:

This list is just an example of a few of the major disabling conditions.

If you have any questions or concerns about a disabling condition which you feel causes you to be disabled, feel free to call us to discuss your disability insurance claim.

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