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Long-Term Disability

Long-Term Disability Claims in Dallas

Are You Seeking Long-Term Disability?

The purpose of Long-Term Disability (LTD) is to provide financial support to you and/or your dependents during a health crisis such as a severe injury or illness. Often, insurance companies that provide long term disability look for ways to delay and deny claims due to their expense. Our Dallas SSD attorneys should be contacted immediately if you are having trouble getting your LTD claim approved or your claim has been rejected. You will need a tough advocate to fight for your rights!

Recovering Benefits with Long-Term Disability Claims

Very few people have a thorough understanding of their insurance policies, particularly the frequently confusing guidelines regarding claims. After years of making monthly payments to your insurance carrier, it can be stressful to have a claim denied, especially when financial support is needed for a long term disability. Your rights to benefits are protected under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), and include the following:

  • The disclosure of important plan information
  • A just process for claims
  • An explanation of the denial provided in writing
  • An appeals process for denials
  • The ability to file a lawsuit if a claim has been rejected

Get the Help You Need from The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC

The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC is a proven legal office that provides clients pursuing disability benefits with skilled representation and assistance. Our Dallas social security disability attorneys are highly qualified in disability laws and can give you vital advice regarding filing a claim. If your LTD claim has been denied, our firm can review your case and discuss your options. We are strong advocates that can aggressively challenge the denial and pursue all available legal remedies to ensure that you get the benefits that you are due.

Contact The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC if your long-term disability claim has been denied in Dallas.