Disability Insurance FAQs

Q: I am currently disabled from working but have been denied coverage by my disability insurance company. What should I do?

A: Unfortunately, insurance companies routinely deny claims or terminate benefits of eligible claimants. In the event that your claim has been denied, do not be discouraged. A lawyer can advocate on your behalf to prove your eligibility for disability benefits or to help re-instate benefits to which you are entitled. Having your disability claim approved will make all the difference for your future and for your peace of mind. Contact us to see how we can get working for you. 877-394-0741 or email.

Q: I have been receiving disability benefits for some time now but my insurance provider just terminated my benefits. What should I do?

A: Do not be discouraged. Insurance providers routinely terminate benefits of eligible claimants. A lawyer can advocate on your behalf to work to get your benefits reinstated - often even retroactively from the date they were terminated. Contact us to see how we can get working for you. 877-394-0741 or email.

Q: My doctor tells me that I am disabled from working but my employer says that I have to return to work. What should I do?

A: Unfortunately this happens. Disability Insurance providers have their own way of assessing claims and claimants and their views are sometimes not the same as your healthcare professionals. Your health is very important. If you have been advised by your doctor to stay off of work contact us immediately to make sure your rights are protected. Contact us. 877-394-0741 or email.