Disabling symptoms of Myasthenia Gravis
Myasthenia Gravis is an incurable disorder that causes weakness to the muscles and disabling symptoms that may prevent people from continuing their daily jobs. Symptoms include:
- Vision problems like diplopia or ptosis
- Oral problems like distorted speech and eating problems
- Minimal facial expressions
- Muscles in the neck and limbs may also be affected, possibly resulting in a difficulty to perform basic physical activities like walking or lifting objects
People suffering from severe symptoms of Myasthenia Gravis may need to discontinue their jobs and undergo a series of therapies to improve their weakened muscles.
In this difficult situation that you are suffering from severe Myasthenia Gravis, you may be entitled to receive long-term disability insurance that will allow you to sustain your treatments and support your living expenses. Find out how the Indiana lawyers of the Hankey Law Office may possibly help you get your benefits today by calling 800-520-3633.