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  • Scoliosis

What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curve in the spine. Normally, it causes the spine to bend into a “C” or “S” shape. Depending on the person, scoliosis can be harmless to severely debilitating. In some cases of scoliosis, patients are unable [...]

  • Chronic migraines

Are chronic migraines considered a disability?

It is reported that around 12% of the population suffers from migraines. The International Headache Society defines chronic migraines as experiencing fifteen headache days per month, and eight or more of those days being migrainous, in absence of medication.  If [...]

Insurance News & Information

Insurance Company Can’t Use Litigation to Prevent a Bad Faith Claim

On January 31, 2017, Honorable Thomas D. Wingate, Franklin Circuit Court's Division II Judge, granted Plaintiff Lisa Warren's motion for partial summary judgment and denied Defendant Auto-Owners' motion for summary judgment. The Court held that Ms. Warren had satisfied the first [...]

Disability News & Information

How to Appeal and Win a Denied Life Insurance Claim

Life insurance protects those who rely on the insured’s ongoing financial support and will suffer in the event that this support is withdrawn. Ideally, the life insurance company will pay the full policy amount after the insured’s death. Unfortunately, this [...]

  • Diabetes Blindness

What causes diabetes blindness?

Blindness can occur for a multitude of reasons. Diabetes can cause blindness through a few conditions. Diabetes blindness causes thousands to lose their eye-sight every year. Diabetes interferes with the blood supplied to the eye, which can cause severe damage [...]

  • Brittle Diabetes

What is Brittle Diabetes?

Brittle Diabetes is a type of diabetes that is characterized by wide swings in blood glucose levels causing hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia. This type of diabetes is very difficult to control even if the patient follows their prescribed treatment. Brittle diabetes [...]

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