Ft. Lauderdale Disability Attorneys
We Work Hard On Your Case So You Don’t Have To
Dabdoub Law Firm supports our community members in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida who need help securing long-term disability insurance benefits after an injury or illness prevents them from continuing work. As a law firm entirely dedicated to long-term disability insurance cases and claims, we have the experience, knowledge, and reputation needed to manage, appeal, negotiate, and litigate as needed.
Throughout our extensive legal history, we have dealt with every major insurance company for our clients with claims where ERISA or state law applies. Perhaps best of all, our law firm is capable of handling your disability claim at every stage of the process, meaning you never need to search elsewhere for more legal guidance as your case progresses.
We 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 (800) 969-0488 to connect with our firm and request a free initial consultation.
What to Do After You Are Denied Benefits
One of the main reasons our Ft. Lauderdale disability benefits attorneys are called upon is disability claim denials. Honest workers across the state and the country are surprised each day to find they are not being provided the long-term or short-term disability benefits they need and deserve. Cases come from people who get disability insurance coverage from work or through an individual disability policy.
We have helped people from all sorts of occupationsappeal unfair denials, such as:
Does Your Disability Qualify You to Get Paid Benefits?
Many of the people who call (800) 969-0488 and talk to our long-term disability attorneys in Ft. Lauderdale are not sure they qualify for disability benefits due to the nature of their disability. Our lawyers are well-versed in ERISA and disability insurance laws that apply under Florida law.
There are many medical conditions that may qualify you for long-term disability benefits, including:
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel
- Cognitive impairment
- Muscular dystrophy
- And much more