Has Your Disability Insurance Carrier Delayed Making a Decision, Denied Your Short or Long Term Disability Claim or Cut Off Your Monthly Benefits?
Disability carriers don’t make it easy for policyholders to get the disability benefits they deserve.
Carriers delay making a decision by asking for more information, claiming they haven’t gotten the information you sent or claiming they will make a decision soon.
Worse, carriers deny legitimate short and long term disability claims on the flimsiest of reasons.
If your disability carrier has delayed making a decision or denied your short or long term disability application you need to take immediate action. In many instances you only have 180 days to appeal a wrongful denial or you can lose out.
How to Handle the Carrier’s Stalling Tactics and Delay In Making A Decision On Your Disability Claim
Disability carriers often ask for more information and more information and stall making a decision. That is why it is so important that you have ERISA/ID disability attorney Nancy L. Cavey, who can handle the carrier’s stalling tactics. Learn more about dealing with carrier’s delay in making decisions.
What You Must Immediately Do If Your ERISA Short or Long Term Disability Claim Has Been Denied Or Your Monthly Benefits Have Been Stopped
Your disability policy will limit the time in which you must file an appeal and the number of appeals you can file. Timely filing an appeal and submitting a winning appeal letter is the key to getting your benefits. Learn what must be done in an appeal and why you rarely get a chance to submit new evidence once your disability carrier has made its final decision.
What You Need To Know if Your Private ID Disability Claim Has Been Denied or Your Monthly Disability Benefits Have Been Stopped
Your rights under a private or individual disability (ID) policy are different from an ERISA policy. Learn about timely filing an appeal of the carrier’s wrongful denial and the steps that must be taken before filing a lawsuit.