Posted on Jun 16, 2011

June 9, 2011 - According to a report from Doctor's Lounge, a recent study performed at the University of Washington has found that Tylenol may cause certain blood cancers, such as plasma cell disorders, non-Hodgkin lymphomas, and myeloid neoplasm's. People at risk are those who use Tylenol frequently over several years. 

More research is being done to clarify any potential risks and symptoms of Tylenol since the study revealed that Tylenol did not show any signs of causing other serious blood cancers such as lymphocytic leukemia.

A serious medical condition in St. Louis, such as blood cancer, can be physically, emotionally, and financially devastating for you and your family. Considering serious medical conditions can leave you disabled from future work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits.

You should contact your St. Louis ERISA attorney to help you file a Social Security disability claim. Your St. Louis ERISA attorney will understand the ins and outs of filing Social Security disability claims and is sympathetic to your needs when you suffer a major medical condition that leaves you disabled from your job and unable to provide financial support for your family.

Benefits are only available to those who can demonstrate that their illness is completely disabling. Your attorney is well-versed in the types of evidence that are needed to prove such a fact.

Contacting a St. Louis ERISA Attorney to Protect Your Rights

If your disability benefits, life insurance or accidental death benefits have been unfairly denied it's important that you seek legal guidance from a St. Louis disability attorney who understands the intricacies of these very complex cases. The Missouri disability attorney team at Bollwerk & Tatlow, LLC fights for Missouri workers. Contact us today - 314-315-8111.