Disabling symptoms of obstructive uropathy

Individuals may find it hard to continue doing their jobs if they develop obstruction uropathy, or the urination problem that results from swollen kidneys.

Indiana workers who are diagnosed with obstructive uropathy may suffer from long term disability if their urine is not properly expelled from their body, thereby eventually damaging the kidneys. Workers who experience urination problems may be required to have some tubes connected to their ureter to help expel urine from the kidneys and are advised to undergo a surgery procedure to remove the blockage in the urinary system. Since obstructive uropathy can be caused by some cancers and other kidney disorders, individuals who develop such problems should long term disability benefits in a timely manner to sustain the medications they need to recover.

The lawyers of the Hankey Law Office in Indiana believe that workers should receive long term disability benefits in this difficult situation that they are suffering from obstructive uropathy. Find out how we may help you get your much needed benefits today by calling 800-520-3633.