Another case heard on October 7, 2009 before the United States Court of Appeals First Circuit highlights the challenges of obtaining benefits when a claimant suffers from fibromyalgia. This case also highlights how one court can find a successful application for Social Security disability benefits as compelling evidence that a person deserves their long-term disability benefits and how another court will side with the insurance company’s argument that the plan criteria is different from Social Security’s disability criteria.

Click here to continue reading Prudential denies disability benefits to man with fibromyalgia after paying benefits for 10 years