Civil Engineer Disability Claims
Create Your Claim with Our Long Term Disability Lawyers
A civil engineer holds unique responsibilities not too many other occupations demand. They must conceive, design, and coordinate major construction projects, like roads, highways, dams, utility systems, public transportation hubs, and so forth. The amount of focus, mental acuity, foresight, and technical knowledge needed to be a civil engineer are monumental. However, all the responsibilities of a civil engineer can prove to be quite taxing. For example, knowing that a single mistake can negatively impact thousands or millions of people — like a faulty bridge design that halts the construction of an entire new neighborhood — can lead to crippling stress and anxiety.
Dabdoub Law Firm is here to help civil engineers from coast-to-coast secure and utilize long term disability insurance benefits when they can no longer complete work duties like before. Whether you are physically injured or mentally fatigued, you deserve the chance to rest and recover comfortably thanks to long term disability coverage. Our law firm is there to guide you through the entire process from start to finish.
What sets Dabdoub Law Firm apart from other disability insurance law offices?
- We have decades of total legal experience with a focus on long term disability cases.
- We have achieved newsworthy case wins for our clients.
- We can manage your case in trial court or a federal court, if needed.
- We have experience dealing with every major insurance company.
Your disability insurance claim can be unpredictable if the disability insurance company answering it does not respect your right to coverage. When you have us on your side, you do not have to worry. We are capable of creating and managing new claims, appealing denied claims, settling claims out of court, and representing you in courtroom litigation. We are the one-stop law office for all of your long term disability case needs.
Find out more during a free consultationby calling (800) 969-0488.
What Health Problems Can a Civil Engineer Suffer?
Being a civil engineer is similar to an office job on the surface, which means you will probably spend long hours inside an office setting. This does not mean civil engineers have it “cushy” or “easy,” though. As with any occupation, there are numerous responsibilities that could eventually cause or worsen a health condition. Civil engineers also have many duties that could become impossible or unreasonably difficult due to a medical condition not caused directly by work.
Health problems associated with working as a civil engineer include:
- Vision loss or eyestrain from hours on a computer
- Arthritis caused by meticulously drafting blueprints and plans
- Mental health decline triggered by job stress and expectations
- Back pain related to hours in an office chair or standing
- Fatigue and general exhaustion
You should be afforded disability benefits whether your injury occurred due to work or if it simply interferes with your work as a civil engineer. You might even qualify for disability insurance if you were technically self-employed, completing civil engineering projects for cities and agencies as an independent contractor. To get a clear idea of your options and what to do next, get Dabdoub Law Firm and our highly-experienced, highly-rated long term disability lawyers on your side. Our purpose is helping people get disability benefits from insurance companies, and we do that well.
Our Disability Lawyers Can Help You
This law firm was created with a single purpose in mind: to help people get disability benefits from insurance companies. With that kind of focus, millions of dollars in long-term disability benefits have been paid to our clients.
Every day, our disability lawyers work to get insurance companies to approve long-term disability claims or appeal disability benefits denials. The firm has also won several major lawsuits for disability benefits in federal court.
With so much at stake, shouldn’t you have experienced disability lawyers on your side?
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we do not have to be located in your state to help.