Signing Long Term Disability/ERISA Medical Release Can Destroy Your Claim | Tampa Bay Long Term Disability Lawyer
The long term disability/ERISA carrier may ask you to sign medical releases. Be careful because you do so at your own risk. The carrier will use that release to talk with your doctor about your medical condition and deny your claim for long term disability benefits.
The long term disability/ERISA carrier will also try to get your doctors to agree with their doctor’s assessment about your ability to work or have them look at surveillance film. That will destroy your claim!
Don’t give them access to your doctors by signing a medical release!
Read an article Virginia attorney Ben Glass wrote about signing insurance company releases.
If the long term disability/ERISA carrier insists sign a release call Nancy Cavey, an experienced long term disability/ERISA attorney, based in St. Petersburg Florida.
Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.