Nancy Cavey has spent her career working tirelessly on behalf of Floridians who have not received fair treatment or promised benefits. In August of 2004, her legal peers selected her to serve as Chair of the Workers Compensation Section of the Florida Bar. She is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives (NOSSCR), the American Association for Justice, the Employee Benefit Section of the American Bar Association and the National Employment Lawyers Association, and the Florida Bar.
We have extensive experience in disability cases and have helped clients with medical conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, spinal injuries, post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. At The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey we provide the competitive edge by using software that gives us up to the minute changes in medical literature and information about the combined effects of medication you may be taking.
- Social Security Disability
- Civil Rights
- Workers' Compensation
- Public Benefits
- Florida State Bar # 300934
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- I Can’t Live On My Social Security Disability Benefits! Can I Get More Money?
1 November 2019
- What Every Social Security Disability Applicant Needs To Know About Tachycardia
31 October 2019
- I Have Old Medical Records Aren’t Those Enough To Win My Social Security Disability Claim?
29 October 2019
- What Documents You Have To Provide The Social Security Administration As Part Of The Application Process
7 October 2019
- What You Need To Know About Aetna’s Application Of The “Any Occupation” Definition In Its Disability Policies
9 September 2019
- New ERISA Regulations #7: Carriers Can No Longer Play The “Delay Game”
20 August 2019
- What Every Social Security Disability Applicant Needs To Know About Cardiac Arrhythmia
12 August 2019
- My Doctor Has Told Me To Stop Working, Will I Get My Social Security Disability Benefits?
6 August 2019
- How A Long Term Disability Application Can Overwhelm A Disabled Policy Holder
5 August 2019