Often times, a person may suffer a disability as a result of various situations (such as from an illness or work-related injury). When this happens, they can potentially endure financial losses and set backs due to the inability to fulfill their normal work duties. However, when a person is no longer able to take care of themselves or work to support their family, they may acquire long-term care through a long-term disability (ERISA) insurance policy.
Individuals have the ability to purchase a long-term disability policy in order to protect them from potential financial losses associated with future sufferings. Unfortunately, though, many long-term disability claimants find that their claim may be denied or their payments delayed. In order for a long-term disability claimant to seek guidance and restitution, they may hire a disability attorney to try and reverse the denied claim so that the disabled person may receive their due benefits.
If you need legal representation for a long-term disability claim, contact Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell, to find out what benefits you may be entitled to and to receive your free consultation.