Psychiatrist Disability Claims
Long-Term Disability Lawyers Offering Compassionate Counsel
Psychiatrists are the intersection of psychology and more concrete forms of medical science. Due to their specialization and unique expertise, psychiatrists are called upon to provide numerous forms of professional support to people suffering from a variety of mental health conditions and disorders. In an average day, for example, they may meet with someone who experienced an abrupt anxiety attack before counseling a person who has lived with major depression for most of their lives. Unlike a psychologist, a psychiatrist has the added responsibility of prescribing medications and pharmaceuticals that may help a patient overcome their mental and emotional problems.
It is no exaggeration to say that psychiatrists have a highly stressful occupation. When working with people with suicidal thoughts or tendencies, a life could very well be in their professional hands. With all things considered, as a psychiatrist, you could end each day feeling mentally and physically fatigued to the point that the next workday seems impossible. If you suffer an injury or illness that prevents you from continuing work comfortably, you can depend on Dabdoub Law Firm to create and manage a disability claim on your behalf. Our long-term disability attorneys and ERISA lawyers have helped clients across the country with disability claim appeals, negotiations, and litigation.
Why Dabdoub Law Firm?
- We focus our practice primarily on long-term disability insurance cases.
- We have recovered millions of dollars in disability benefits for our clients.
- We are familiar with all major insurance companies and their defense tactics.
- We have tried and won cases in both trial courts and federal courts of appeal.
As an injured, ill, or otherwise disabled psychiatrist, you deserve top-notch and genuinely compassionate legal representation for your claim. This is exactly what you can expect — and much more — when you come to Dabdoub Law Firm. Call us at (800) 969-0488 to discuss the key details of your situation with our disability insurance lawyers during a free case evaluation.
Debilitations Experienced by Psychiatrists
When you have found yourself unable to work for several weeks or longer, long-term disability insurance benefits may be made available to you through your employer-provided insurance, or if you have privately-purchased insurance coverage. Attempting to push through your disability can make the situation much worse, which would take you away from your patients for even longer. Rather than risking your own mental or physical health, see what sorts of disability benefits might be available to you.
Medical conditions and problems that a psychiatrist may experience include:
- Back pain from being seated all day
- Cardiovascular disease related to high levels of stress
- Suffered mental health
Manage Your Claim with Dabdoub Law Firm
Dabdoub Law Firm has experienced long-term disability attorneys and a legal team that can help when you are facing difficulties related to disability insurance benefits. If your work duties as a psychiatrist are simply too much stress for you to stay focused and complete a day without undue hardship, we encourage you to talk to us about how you can secure the benefits you deserve. Contact us at your next opportunity to learn more.
Hiring an Experienced Disability Insurance Lawyer is Important
Because our law firm has always focused only on disability insurance law, the firm has successfully represented hundreds of clients across the country. We have won several major disability lawsuits and have fought UNUM, Hartford, MetLife, CIGNA, Prudential, and more.
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we can help you even if we are not located in your state.
Disability insurance companies have lawyers. You should too. Call Dabdoub Law Firm to get experienced disability lawyers on your side.
We can help with:
- 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.
Call for a free consultation with a disability attorney.