If you can't work due to an injury or illness, disability insurance can replace a portion of your lost income and help make ends meet. Unfortunately, obtaining disability insurance benefits isn't as easy as simply filing a claim and waiting for the payments to arrive in your mailbox or bank account. Factors such as multiple types of disability insurance, varying policy terms and conditions, federal regulations, and a wide range of potential pitfalls can make the claims process complicated, intimidating, and frustrating. To make matters worse, denials of valid insurance claims are not uncommon.
You don't have to be confused by the disability insurance claims process or go through it alone. My firm, Marcus Vaden Law, has helped numerous clients appeal unjust claim denials and go on to collect the benefits they deserve. We may be able to assist you, as well.
The Tools You Need to Fight Back After an Unjust Disability Claim Denial
Our whitepaper, The Ultimate Disability Guide: What Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know, offers essential information on the disability insurance claims, appeals, and litigation processes. After reading our eBook, you will have learned:
- The two main types of disability insurance plans
- How to obtain disability insurance coverage
- What determines how long benefit payments last
- What the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is
- Whether your plan is likely to be governed by ERISA
- Why filing a disability insurance claim without an attorney puts you at a serious disadvantage
- Tips for filing your claim on your own (if you must)
- Why you may not be able to trust the insurance company to handle your claim fairly
- The many benefits of hiring an attorney to handle your disability insurance claim, administrative appeal, or lawsuit
- And much, much more.
Best of all, we've made The Ultimate Disability Guide: What Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know available for free. Complete the online contact form to submit your request to download a complimentary digital copy. For more information on how we can help you fight for the benefits you're owed, browse our website or contact us to schedule an appointment for a private consultation.