We'll Take on The Big Insurance Companies and Get You The Benefits You Deserve
If you have purchased a long-term disability insurance policy or your employer has purchased that coverage for you, then you have a right to receive the benefits as specified by the insurance company under that policy.
The long-term disability attorneys at Cooper, Bender & Bender, P.C. are experienced with long-term disability claims and they know how to act in accordance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) rules. Our Ann Arbor, MI long term disability lawyers at Cooper, Bender & Bender, P.C. will make sure that your claim contains all of the documents and medical records needed to support your claim.
Filing a long-term disability claim is a stressful process and one mistake can put your claim in danger. Let our long-term disability lawyers help you with that by calling (517) 263-7884 for our Adrian, MI office or (734) 747-9883 for our Ann Arbor, MI location.
Improve the Odds of Winning Your Case With Our Help
If you have been denied or cut off from your benefits by your insurance carrier because they say you were not disabled or for any other reason, you have the right to appeal that decision. We will provide you with a free consultation, detailing you on what should be done to file a appeal for your long-term disability.
Below are some common mistakes workers make when they are not guided by an experienced attorney:
- They quit work then they try to file for disability benefits. Most employer-provided LTD policies say that coverage ends when the employee resigns from the company.
- They get demoted or transferred to a less demanding position. Once an employee does this, it can potentially harm your LTD case, making it harder to win your claim.
- They make mistakes on the application for benefits. Some insurance companies set traps in their paperwork to get answers that could form the basis for a denial. Our attorneys will alert you to these traps that insurers use to deny benefits.
Our long-term disability attorneys know that the key to winning your case is by acquiring all the evidence that supports your case and submitting it before the record is closed. Once all internal appeals have been decided by the insurance company, often no more evidence can be submitted.
Contacting us before you file your appeal is vital to improving your chances of winning your case, so call us today for a free consultation.
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