The 2009 Economy and the Payment of Long Term Disability Benefits. | St. Petersburg Long Term Disability Lawyer
At Cavey & Barrett we are seeing a “slow pace strategy” by long-term disability carriers. We have found that carriers aren’t “receiving paperwork,” asking for the same information over and over, suggesting that they need information, indicating that there is a delay in getting information from physicians. These are all delay tactics that the long term disability carriers are using to delay payment to you.
With stock prices down and a lack of investment income earnings, disability insurance companies are taking longer to determine disability claims and to pay long-term disability benefits.
If you are experiencing any of these problems with your long-term disability or ERISA carrier, immediately contact Nancy Cavey at Cavey & Barret, a St. Petersburg disability insurance lawyer, to assist you in your long-term disability claim. There are things that can be done to expedite the handling of your long-term disability or ERISA claim. Remember, long-term disability insurance companies think that they can outlast long-term disability claimants. Our advice and counsel help you understand what your carrier is doing and help you prepare yourself financially.
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.