Our Prudential Long Term Disability Attorneys Can Help
You should be focusing on your health, not insurance company paperwork. At Fields Disability, we know how to build strong Long Term Disability appeals, and we want to make the process as easy for you as we can.
Our advice is free and there’s no obligation to hire us.
Our Long Term Disability attorneys can help by:
- Appealing your claim if you’ve been denied coverage
- Completing time-sensitive insurance company paperwork
- Gathering medical evidence for your claim
- Reviewing your policy and helping you understand your legal rights
Insurance companies like Prudential make it difficult for disabled workers to get the coverage they need without an attorney. Our Long Term Disability attorneys are here to answer your questions without any obligation to hire us. We’ll even monitor your claim and step in to handle your case immediately if your disability benefits get denied.
Can I Afford To Hire An Attorney?
The reality is that you can’t afford not to have an attorney on your side.
The stakes are too high and Prudential has a large team of people, including their own attorneys, doing everything they can to avoid paying your disability benefits.
Fields Disability works on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid after we are successful in securing your disability benefits. There are no costs and no attorney fees unless we win your case.
Among the national Long Term Disability law firms, we charge some of the lowest attorney fees for the shortest period of time. That means fewer attorney fees and more of your disability benefits going into your pocket each month. Call us today at 1-888-919-4055!
Can’t I Just Appeal On My Own?
Insurance companies like Prudential intentionally make the appeal process seem easy with little work on your part. The reality is that this is where disability cases are won or lost.
Your insurance company doesn’t want you to know that when you file an appeal you are creating a legal record of evidence. This is the only record that will be considered by the insurance company and ultimately a judge if you are not successful in your initial appeal.
Once your appeal is filed typically no additional or new evidence can be added to the record you create on appeal. That means:
- no more medical records,
- no more doctor reports,
- no more affidavits, and
- no more expert reports.
Do I Need A Local Attorney?
One of the few advantages of ERISA disability claims is that it allows you to choose an attorney from anywhere in the country.
You get to choose the best attorney for your case without being limited by having to find a local attorney that may or may not have the level of expertise that your case requires.
Working with a national law firm that has experience handling disability cases against insurance companies throughout the country can make the difference in whether you win your disability case.
As a national disability law firm, we have taken on Prudential on behalf of our clients, beat them and got the disability benefits our clients need and deserve. Call now and ask us about our Success Rates on cases like yours!
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