#coronavirusdisability Archives

Dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists, dental hygienists and other related health professionals who work inside patient’s mouths are among those with the greatest risk of becoming infected with COV...

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Before they have the experience of becoming disabled, most people assume that a disability claim occurs through a natural progression: you get sick, your doctors say you can’t work, you file for sho...

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In the past, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome) was associated with combat veterans. Today, the warriors on the front line are the nurses and doctors, hospital workers of all kinds,  first respond...

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Working from home was a non-starter for many organizations and the source of great frustration for people with disabilities.  It was assumed that a disabled individual who was not able to walk, drive...

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Most of the headlines concerning coronavirus are focused on lung injuries and acute respiratory distress, but damage to the cardiovascular system is emerging as a long-term consequence of the virus....

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At Frankel & Newfield, we have been practicing long enough to have experienced a number of events that have impacted disability insurance claimants and the disability insurance companies. The...

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