Do You Need SSDI And Long-Term Disability Benefits?

If you have a private or group insurance policy and have been denied long-term disability benefits, you can get help. With an experienced lawyer on your side, you can clear up the reasons for your denial. We can help you determine what the insurance company wants and then present the information in a compelling way.

The attorneys at Silverman Law in Schenectady, New York, have decades of experience helping clients with long-term disability claims. We understand that fighting to get disability benefits is frustrating and time-consuming. If you have suffered a debilitating illness or injury, you have enough to deal with. Let us handle the legal details of the insurance dispute for you. For a free consultation, please call 518-631-4521 or contact us online.

You Can Take Action

Did your insurance company decide that you do not meet the stated disability criteria even though you had supporting medical reports from a doctor? This is a common problem faced by many injured people. An insurance company's primary concern is to minimize its expenses, not to help you. That is why it is a good idea to have a Capital District long term-disability insurance attorney to represent your interests.

One thing that is common to all types of disability claims is that an enormous amount of documentation is required. We can review your insurance contract. Sometimes simply providing the correct information will resolve a problem. However, some insurance carrier disputes are more complex.

In some cases, the insurance company initially approves long-term disability payments but then discontinues or reduces them after 18-24 months. If this happens to you, contact an attorney right away. We can fight the decision, but there are timelines we must meet.

Other problems people have when applying for benefits include:

  • Being disabled from working in their occupation, but potentially able to work a different job
  • Having residual effects from another illness or injury
  • Concerns about their prior work history

We are able to address any questions you may have, including whether you will still be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits and Workers' Compensation. Please call our office at 518-631-4521 to schedule an appointment.