“A pilot from Georgia had back surgery, but never fully recovered. He had ongoing back and neck pain that made sitting for long periods of time painful. His symptoms caused him to stop working. He received long-term disability benefits through his employer’s insurance plan for about a year and a half, but then the insurance company stopped paying because he no longer fit their definition of “disabled.” The pilot appealed the decision to no avail.

Still unable to work, he called Fields Disability for help. The attorneys at Fields Disability reviewed the claim denial and found that our client had a good case. Our support team reached out to the insurer for all of the claim documents so evidence could be gathered for a lawsuit. During preparation for the lawsuit, our attorneys negotiated a generous lump-sum settlement. Our client was pleased to receive his settlement check, and was happy with how Fields Disability quickly resolved his disability claim.”