Long Term Disability Benefit Denial Lawyers
Long term disability (LTD) insurance is a coverage many people obtain to protect them if they suffer an injury or disease that prevents them from working for an extended period of time.
Contact Our Lawyers About a LONG TERM DISABILITY CLAIM
Insurance policies are complex and often difficult to read for the average policy holder. Adjusters and lawyers working for the insurance company may mis-interpret coverage in a way that reduces the insurance benefits or deny long term disability benefits the insured has paid for.
In many cases, long term disability insurance coverage is denied when there is clear evidence that benefits should be paid. Don’t accept the decision of the insurance carrier!
The disability denial lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. can help individuals make sure they get the benefits they paid for! All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no out-of-pocket costs to hire a lawyer and we only receive an attorney fee or expenses if you receive a recovery.
Long Term Disability Lawsuits
Long term disability insurance companies are known for employing tactics to wrongfully deny disability benefits and delay their policyholders from obtaining the payments they are entitled to.
Insurance companies often delay review of the claim, request multiple unnecessary “independent” evaluations and fail to obtain critical medical records before issuing a denial. They are trained to minimize the payments that are made so that the insurance companies they work for will be able to keep more profits.
It is important to consult with a long term disability lawyer if you have been denied benefits, so you can determine what you may be entitled to and obtain assistance during the appeal process. Those who are represented by an attorney during the appeal process have a significantly greater chance of securing benefits.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY DENIAL APPEALS
The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. can also help with a social security disability (SSD) appeal. If you or a loved one were denied benefits, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.