Disability Insurance Claims for Administrative Assistants
Serving Clients Nationwide for 20+ Years
While the physical demands of office work are low in relation to other jobs, administrative work can still be challenging in a number of ways. Working as an administrative assistant requires great attention to detail and the ability to juggle multiple different tasks at any given time. If you are injured or ill, your insurance company may claim that you are capable of returning to work because you work in an office, but this refusal can be unfair on many levels.
If you are unable to work due to an illness or injury, and your insurance company has denied or delayed your claim, our disability insurance attorneys want to help you. For more than 20 years our legal team has fought for the rights of the injured and ill, helping hundreds of clients with their disability insurance claims. We provide comprehensive, skilled representation when you need it most.
Administrative Work & Disability Insurance
There are a variety of positions that fall under the umbrella of administrative work, most of which include secretary or clerical work. These jobs usually require the workers to read emails, schedule appointments, greet visitors, answer telephones, compose emails, make copies, update and organize files, and perform other tasks around the office. These tasks usually require minimal physical exertion, which means administrative work is classified as sedentary work.
Administrative workers who are unable to work for an extended period of time may qualify for long-term disability benefits through the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Our attorneys can assess your situation in order to determine whether or not you are eligible for long-term disability through the federal statute. We can offer legal support and guidance throughout the claims process as you gather medical records, fill out disability forms, and complete any necessary medical examinations.
Fighting for the Disability Benefits You Deserve
For administrative workers to be granted disability benefits, they must be unable to perform their normal tasks. Individuals with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, cognitive disorders, severe arthritis, or other similar issues may be considered disabled. If you need to make a claim, or your claim was wrongfully denied or delayed, we may be able to help you seek compensation.
Contact Dabdoub Law Firm to schedule a free consultation with our disability insurance attorneys.