When Vickie Costello left work on May 19, 2006, after a stressful encounter with one of her co-workers, she had no idea that her problems were going to get even worse. In order to return to her job at Logan Aluminum, Inc., her employer required her to sign a “last chance agreement.” Already suffering from
Our client, a pharmaceutical sales representative, was recently denied benefits by her carrier, Cigna, despite clear medical documentation of several severe medical problems that prevent her from performing the duties of her occupation.
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Our client, a Texas resident, contacted Attorneys Dell & Schaefer following her initial application denial and first appeal of her disability denial by a prior law firm. This woman, suffering from chronic neck and back problems, a stroke, depression, headaches, and memory loss, had been a quality control manager for a large corporation. The client was unable to perform an work and was seeking total disability benefits.
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