Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Fatigue, or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), is a devastating condition that is characterized by profound fatigue. Sleep does not provide relief, and sufferers are unable to function at their regular level of activity. People with CFS often experience muscle pain, impaired memory and concentration, headaches, joint pain, dizziness, dry mouth, and other bodily pains. CFS can be very disabling, and many patients with CFS qualify for disability benefits. Disability insurers, however, all-too-often refuse to approve disability claims involving chronic fatigue, usually on the basis that there are no ìobjective signsî of disability. This is often improper, and be the basis for an insurance bad faith lawsuit. If you believe you have had your disability claim unfairly denied, for chronic fatigue or any other condition, your should contact an attorney immediately. The DL Law Group has assisted CFS sufferers with their disability insurance disputes, and will provide you with a free consultation.

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