Denied Disability Insurance Coverage

You've received a letter from your disability insurance company that says that you will no longer be receiving disability insurance benefits, now what?  If your disability insurance company is saying that you're no longer disabled, you dont have to accept them at their word, you can get an ERISA disability attorney to fight to get your disability insurance benefits back.

What Should I Do After My Disability Benefits Get Denied?

The first thing to keep in mind after getting a letter from the insurance company that your disability benefits are being cut off is that there are tight time limits for you to do anything to try to reverse the denial decision.  This is why one of the first things you should do after getting your disability insurance benefits denied is call an ERISA disability attorney.  Most disability insurance companies allow or require you to appeal your disability denial with the insurance company itself before filing any sort of lawsuit.  

Attorney Evan T. Engler is a partner at the Columbus, Ohio law firm of Harris & Engler and he helps individuals in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennesee get their disability insurance benefits back.  Because there is only a short amount of time to put together your documentation to file with the disability insurance company, it is recommended that you contact an ERISA disability attorney as soon as possible after you receive your disability denial letter.

Denied Disability Claim Attorney

If your disability insurance has been denied then you need an ERISA disability attorney.  ERISA is a federal law that governs disability insurance, how appeals must be processed, and how the cases must be litigated.  Evan T. Engler is an ERISA disability lawyer and partner at the Columbus, Ohio based law firm of Harris & Engler.  Because ERISA is a federal law, Evan T. Engler helps individuals who have had their disability insurance benefits denied all across the federal 6th District Appeals Circuit, which includes Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennesee.  You can reach Evan T. Engler to discuss your ERISA disability case by calling (614) 610-9988.  
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