Attorneys Dell & Schaefer successfully resolved a long-term disability claim for a former floor trader on the Chicago Board of Options Exchange (“CBOE”). In July 1998, Mr. T underwent bilateral eye surgery to correct vision loss which was preventing Mr. T from accurately reading the monitors in his trading pit, a necessary skill in Mr. T’s profession.
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Our client, a window coverings salesman, began developing significant vision loss in November 2006 and approached Attorneys Dell & Schaefer for assistance in applying for long-term disability benefits with Unum. His policies stated that he would be entitled to benefits for the rest of his life if he were totally disabled prior to his 65th birthday or if he qualified as totally disabled under the “Presumptive Total Disability” provisions of his polices.
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