Short- and Long-Term Disability Benefits and Other Employer-Sponsored Benefits.
The disability benefits application and appeal process can be overwhelming.
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Most people pay disability insurance premiums for years but never make a claim. Many employers provide short- and long- term disability insurance with their benefits packages. Fortunately, most people with these benefits never need to use them.
Disability insurance is a lifeline to those who become sick or injured and unable to work. Unfortunately, after an injury or illness occurs that makes it impossible to work, claims for disability benefits are often denied even where medical evidence exists that proves the disability.
The disability insurance application process can be overwhelming and frustrating. Many long-term disability insurance carriers intimidate policyholders or manipulate them into thinking their options are limited. You paid for or earned these benefits to help you if you become disabled, and you deserve to receive them.
At the beginning of the claim process the insurance company may ask you to submit information it will later use against you. Therefore, it is best to consult with an experienced attorney before you file for benefits or your application is denied.
We are experienced in handling disability insurance benefits.
Our legal team is has years of experience in suing insurance companies that refuse to pay short- or long-term disability benefits. The results speak for themselves.
Our attorneys have helped clients with complex medical conditions, including cervical dystonia, brain cancer and other brain diseases and injuries, permanent nerve damage and spinal injuries, fibromyalgia, Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT), serious cardiovascular disease, and autoimmune disorders such as lupus and psoriatic arthritis.
We have obtained disability benefits for clients in many fields, including executives, professionals, teachers, and construction workers.
Attorneys Tybe Brett and Ruairi McDonnell recover benefits for deserving clients in many professions. Contact us to discuss your potential short- or long-term disability claim.