Can a Functional Capacity Evaluation be Useful to determine if a Claimant with Fibromyalgia is disabled?
It is very common for an insurance company to deny disability benefits to individuals suffering from Fibromyalgia. This happens more often than not due to the inability to provide the insurance company with objective proof of the disability, as none exists. There are no known objective tests for fibromyalgia at this point in time.
Continue Reading Unum abused its discretion by disregarding results of a functional capacity evaluation (FCE) of a disabled registered nurse