North Carolina Long-Term Disability Attorneys
Recovering Your Long-Term Disability Benefits
If you are suffering from a serious medical condition and cannot work, you may be able to apply for long-term disability benefits. Long-term disability insurance is supposed to provide financial support to those who cannot work for an extended period due to a disabling medical condition. This may include arthritis, Lyme disease, liver disease, lupus, multiple sclerosis, heart disease, carpal tunnel syndrome, cancer, mental disorders, and more.
Unfortunately, claims may be denied even for valid long-term disability claims. The most common grounds for claim denials are inadequate medical evidence, failure to meet policy disability standards, and allegedly fabricated conditions.
If your claim for long-term disability was denied or has been delayed for any reason, Crumley Roberts is here to help you seek the benefits to which you are rightfully entitled. When insurance companies try to deny valid claims or wrongfully delay payment, we are here to stand up for your rights. At Crumley Roberts, we care like family, listen to learn, and do what’s right.
Crumley Roberts, Helping You Through Life’s Most Difficult Moments
We want to help you through this difficult time. We can offer guidance, insight, and legal representation related to long-term disability claims. Whether your employer provides the insurance coverage, or you are responsible for paying the premiums yourself, our long-term disability attorneys can help by:
- Helping you understand your rights;
- Reviewing your policy to understand fully its terms and how they may apply to your current situation;
- Gathering evidence of your medical condition to prove your disability;
- Filing your long-term disability claim with your insurance provider.
- Handling all communication with the insurance company; and
- Appealing your claim if you have been denied benefits for any reason.
We represent workers in long-term disability claims nationwide. We offer a free, confidential consultation so you can learn more about your claim and your rights to benefits.
If you are ready to get started, please give us a call at (866) 691-0607.