Legal Guidance for Long-Term Disability Insurance Claims
At Dabdoub Law Firm, we have intentionally focused the entirety of our firm on long-term disability benefits claims and ERISA cases. With more than 20 years of experience taking on some of the most complex cases and going head-to-head with every major insurance company in the country, we have earned a reputation for excellence and a history of success stories.
Our West Virginia disability insurance claim attorneys can help you with:
- Filing your claim
- Managing your claim as it progresses
- Filing an appeal to federal courts
- Negotiating lump-sum settlements
- Litigation and lawsuits
For many long-term disability cases, the rules and regulations are controlled by a federal statute called the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or ERISA. Due to the fact that it is a federal act, this allows our attorneys to provide representation to clients all around the nation, including West Virginia.
We would like to see how we can help you. Request a free consultation today.
Are Long-Term Disability Claims Different in West Virginia?
Most people in West Virginia get disability insurance coverage from work. If you have disability insurance from work, ERISA likely applies to your disability claim. Every disability case is unique, so even if the same ERISA rules apply, your attorney has to take the specific facts of your disability when handling an ERISA disability appeal or lawsuit.
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 for people whose disability benefits were denied.
Because federal law applies to most disability insurance claims, we can help you if you live in West Virginia.
Disability insurance companies have lawyers. You should too.
Figuring Out If Your Disability Qualifies
Long-term disability and even short-term disability benefits can be made available to people living with a wide array of disabilities, illnesses, and serious injuries. Our long-term disability insurance attorneys can help you navigate West Virginia and federal statutes to determine if your disability qualifies.
Some medical conditions commonly cited in disability claims include:
Do not leave your case totally up to chance by going through it alone. Team up with Dabdoub Law Firm and our long-term disability lawyers by calling (800) 969-0488 at your first opportunity.