Do you have a disability that is preventing you from working? If so, you may be able to recover benefits under an ERISA insurance plan or another type of individual insurance plan. Unfortunately, in practice, actually recovering compensation can sometimes prove to be challenging. Not only is the claims process confusing and complex, but, the big insurance companies routinely reject and underpay legitimate long term disability claims.
At Roberts Disability Law, P.C., our skilled San Bruno long term disability attorneys help applicants fight back. Our legal team has helped many people obtain the full and fair long term disability benefits that they are owed. If your claim was denied or underpaid in San Mateo County, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our law firm for immediate legal guidance.
Under federal law (ERISA) and California state regulations, your insurance company has a legal duty to explain why your claim was not paid in full in your written denial letter. If you have received such a letter, you should get that letter in front of a qualified San Bruno long term disability lawyer as soon as possible. Long term disability claims can be denied for a wide variety of reasons. Common examples include:
If you are making a long term disability claim under your ERISA plan, there are some very important things that you should know about the process. Specifically, all disability applicants should be aware of the following three things about ERISA:
To ensure that you can present the strongest possible appeal, you should always work with an experienced California ERISA disability attorney.
At Roberts Disability Law, P.C., our dedicated San Bruno long term disability lawyers have helped many people obtain full medical and wage loss benefits. If your disability application was denied in San Mateo County, California, we are ready to help. To get a free, fully confidential review of your disability claim, please contact our law firm today.
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