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Long-Term Disability Insurance Claims

Long Term Disability Insurance Attorneys in Kansas City, Missouri

Sometimes, life throws us a curve and takes us out of the game. If you have become injured or ill and are no longer able to work, and you have been denied benefits under a long term disability policy, the lawyers at Holman Schiavone, LLC can answer your questions.

Long term disability insurance can help support you if you are permanently unable to work. Unfortunately, what should be a fair and straightforward process can often be confusing and difficult. Paying your premiums on time sadly does not guarantee that your insurance provider will approve your valid disability insurance claim. That can put you in a difficult place, dealing with medical issues without the benefit of a regular income.

For example, you are sick or injured and become disabled, you file a claim with Unum, Provident, Paul Revere, Metropolitan Life, etc., but they deny your claim. We will help you file an appeal or litigate your claim in court. Our experience in handling long term disability claims includes various medical situations, such as neck and back injuries, migraine headaches, loss of vision or hearing. We represent individuals from many fields of employment, including medical personnel, business owners, stock brokers, sales people, managers, factory workers, anyone who has become disabled and who has been denied benefits promised under long term disability insurance plans.

Regrettably, claims for long term disability are often denied by insurance companies without justification. Contact us today online or by telephone at 816-399-5149 if your claim for long term disability insurance benefits was improperly denied. You have the right to hold your insurer accountable.