Disability Lawyers Helping Claimants in Tulsa
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Obtaining disability insurance benefits is a challenge for anyone, no matter how legitimate their claim is. That’s because insurance companies are notorious for underpaying, delaying, or outright denying rightful claims. Dabdoub Law firm has always focused on disability insurance claims—that’s all we do!
At Dabdoub Law Firm, we’ve gone up against every major disability insurance company in the nation, so we have seen every underhanded tactic used to avoid paying out benefits to those who deserve them. Disability insurance law is a specialized area of law, so it is important to have legal representation from attorneys with significant experience.
If you need help with your disability insurance claim in Tulsa or the surrounding areas, contact Dabdoub Law Firm today at (800) 969-0488 for a complimentary consultation.
Disability Insurance Claims in Tulsa
Most people who live in Tulsa, Oklahoma get their disability insurance through their employer. Some of the biggest employers in Tulsa include sectors such as aerospace, healthcare, technology, manufacturing, and transportation. If you work for these types of companies, you likely have group insurance disability coverage. Others— such as entrepreneurs, doctors, or the self-employed—purchase their disability insurance on an individual policy.
Because ERISA is a federal statute that governs most disability insurance policies, disability lawsuits must be filed in federal court. Tulsa’s federal courthouse is the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma.
Our Tulsa disability attorneys have represented many who suffer from chronic medical conditions that keep them from earning an income. Insurance companies sometimes use tactics deny their policyholder’s claims. Our lawyers know what it takes to counter them and, more importantly, we know how to address each attempt by an insurance company to delay or deny a disability claim.
Some of the tactics insurance companies use to deny disability claims include:
- Sending a claimant to an independent medical examination or IME
- Sending a claimant to functional capacity evaluation or FCE
- Sending a claimant to neuropsychological evaluation
- Repeatedly requesting the same information over and again
If you are facing any dispute or issue with your disability insurance provider, let Dabdoub Law Firm represent you. Our attorneys are committed to protecting your rights and have a history of success in recovering the rightful benefits our clients were owed.
Why Choose Our Firm?
Disability insurance law is highly complex; it takes an attorney with dedicated focus and extensive experience in this area of law to effectively protect your rights and advocate for your benefits. At Dabdoub Law Firm, we have devoted 100% of our practice to disability insurance claims and related matters for more than 20 years.
We are well-versed in a variety of disability insurance matters, including but not limited to:
- Short-term and long-term disability benefits
- Filing disability insurance claims
- Appealing denied claims
- Reversing early termination of disability benefits
- Negotiating lump-sum payments
- Managing disability claims
We help disabled individuals with all types of medical conditions across all industries, including medical professionals, office workers, and NFL players. We are also highly knowledgeable of ERISA and related matters, including various deadlines and regulations required of those filing appeals for denied claims that fall under federal statutes.
Simply put, when you choose Dabdoub Law Firm, you choose a team that will fight for you. We do not accept lowball settlement offers. Instead, our Tulsa disability insurance lawyers will take your case to trial whenever necessary.
We offer free initial consultations and do not collect any attorneys’ fees unless/until we win your case. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our firm to learn how we can help you with your disability insurance case.
Call (800) 969-0488 or contact us online to get started.