Construction Worker Disability Claims
Seeking Full Long-Term Disability Benefits
Each day a construction worker is on-the-job, they face difficulties and dangers that few other types of workers ever do. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) frequently lists construction work among its most dangerous types of employment in the country. With the obvious dangers of the professional, you would think that insurance companies that sell long-term disability insurance plans to construction firms or individual construction workers would expect a disability claim filing from time to time. Yet, as it is in most types of occupations, many insurers are overeager to find an excuse to deny, delay, or undervalue claims filed by injured construction workers.
When you need to file for disability benefits as a construction worker, come to Dabdoub Law Firm first. Our ERISA attorneys can represent clients nationwide and assist them from the start of their disability claims to the end. We know that construction workers need to be in top physical and mental health to safely perform their regular job functions. If you are limited by a medical disability of any sort, let us know and we will do all we can to help you secure your LTD benefits.
There is a lot that goes into the average disability benefits claim. Rather than trying to sort through it all on your own, let our disability attorneys do that for you. We have focused the entirety of our law firm on disability claim management, so you can trust that we know what we are doing and how to best interact with insurance companies.
For a free consultation with Dabdoub Law Firm, dial (800) 969-0488 now.
Legal Guidance for Construction Workers Everywhere
Due to the inherent dangers of your profession as a construction worker, it might be difficult to obtain long-term disability insurance at a low rate. Even if you are provided it through your employer rather than an independently purchased plan, it could cut a significant portion out of your wages. Still, disability insurance is crucial in such a field, and it should be paid out fairly to every construction worker who needs it.
Your work cannot be completed safely if you are not at top health, both physically and mentally. Any sort of disability should take you off work until you are well enough to work again in a safe capacity. This is the purpose of disability insurance, after all.
Medical conditions that could limit your ability to safely work include:
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel
- Chronic pulmonary disease
- Chronic pain
- Cognitive impairment
- Mental health concerns
- Hearing loss
- Vision loss
We Won’t Back Down When Handling Your Case
Insurance companies tend to push around unprepared claimants and law firms to deter them from pursuing fair and maximum long-term disability benefits. With Dabdoub Law Firm acting in your corner, you never have to worry about losing out due to insurance company bullying. Our firm is recognized in all corners of the nation and by large corporations for our extensive work in our field. Insurers see our name and know they would do better to cooperate with our disability attorneys rather than try to fight us in court.
Help from a Lawyer with Expertise in Disability Insurance
Disability insurance law is complex. Hiring an experienced disability attorney is important. Because all disability lawyers at Dabdoub Law Firm focus on disability insurance claims, we have expertise in disability insurance law.
Advantages you get when working with our insurance claims lawyers include our:
- Experience with every major disability insurance company;
- Proven track record of success by winning major disability lawsuits; and
- Recovered millions of dollars in disability benefits for clients.
And, we never charge fees or costs unless our clients get paid.
Our firm can help at any stage of your disability insurance claim, including:
- Submitting a disability insurance claim;
- Appealing a long-term disability denial;
- Negotiating a lump-sum settlement; or
- Filing a lawsuit against your disability insurance company.
Because federal ERISA law applies to most disability insurance claims, our lawyers are able to represent clients across the country.
Call (800) 969-0488 to speak with an experienced disability attorney. Consultations are free.