Settlement Agreements and Your Long Term Disability Claim | Tampa Long Term Disability Lawyer
It is not uncommon as part of the settlement negotiations of a Long Term Disability claim that the disability carrier ask that you sign a release. Often, they will ask for this release at the end of the settlement negotiations.
At Cavey and Barrett, Nancy Cavey, Tampa based Long Term Disability lawyer, insists that the Long Term Disability carrier provide us with a copy any proposed release before we start talking about settlement. Many releases are, quite frankly, overbroad and ask you to release all sorts of claims including asking you to never to apply for disability or life insurance through that company and keeping the agreement confidential.
Most Long Term Disability carriers won’t settle unless they get a release. Negotiating what’s in the settlement release is just as important as the amount of the settlement.
If your Long Term Disability carrier has approached you about settling your Long Term Disability case, Nancy Cavey can provide fast and affordable advice about the settlement process, the value of you Long Term Disability claim and negotiating the terms of the release.
Nancy, who represents disability policy holders throughout the United States including Florida, Georgia and Alabama, has written the go to consumer guide Robbed of Your Peace of Mind? to help you understand the disability claims process. Get Your FREE COPY today!