“An auto plant Manufacturing Inspector from Kentucky contracted reoccurring viral neurosis, a condition which caused her to fall over and injure herself on a daily basis. She also suffered from associated depression, Meniere’s disease, vestibular neuronitis, and hearing loss. Since manufacturing environments can be dangerous places, she was unable to continue working at the plant where she had been for more than 20 years.
Throughout her employment, she had been paying into a long-term disability policy provided by her employer. The insurance company initially granted her benefits however, after 24 months, they abruptly cut off her benefits. In their denial, the insurer claimed that her medical records did not support functional disabilities which would prevent her from working in “Any Occupation” after their denial date. Further, to add insult to injury, teh insurer also informed her that, because of an overpayment, she actually owed them money.
Utterly devastated, and under immense financial strain, the Kentucky woman sought out the best law firm to help fight the insurance giant. She contacted Fields Disability and was put in contact with a team of attorneys who immediately began managing her case. However, the insurer insisted that the woman owed them money.
After extensive negotiation, the attorneys at Fields Disability were able to secure an agreement where the woman wouldn’t have to pay the insurer the overpayment fees and even secured a payout from the insurer. ”