Working with insurance companies to get your disability benefits can feel impossible. Our disability attorneys handle both employer-provided coverage claims and privately purchased coverage claims. If your short term or long term disability claim has been denied or has been unnecessarily prolonged, let the hard-fighting disability attorneys at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore help you recover the benefits you were wrongfully denied. Our disability attorneys generally represent claimants in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, however if you are located in another state we still may be able to help you with your claim. Please contact our office for more information.
If you have a disability that makes it impossible for you to work for more than 6 months, you may be entitled to Long-term Disability Insurance Benefits.
If you have collected Short-term Disability Insurance Benefits and have exhausted all of your benefits but are still unable to work, a Long-term Disability Insurance benefits policy will pay you 60% of your lost salary (in certain cases, it can be more) to provide financial help for daily living expenses.. Long term disability insurance benefits provide you with the benefits you need until you can go back to work, or until the age of 65 when social security retirement benefits begin.
If you have filed a claim through your employer’s Human Resources department or through your private insurance company and have been denied coverage, it’s important to contact an attorney right away, prior to filing an appeal on your own. In most cases, you can only file one appeal and it needs to contain all the documentation necessary to support your appeal. For the best chance of succeeding on your appeal and keeping your claim in pay, our attorneys will work with you to develop the administrative record by submitting all required evidence you need to get the benefits you deserve.
At the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, the team of highly skilled disability benefits attorneys are ready to help anyone in the country get the Long-term Disability Benefits they deserve.
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In some cases, Long-term Disability Insurance may not provide you with the care you need.
- If you are unable to work due to an injury suffered on the job, you may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation.
- If you are unable to work for more than a year, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits.
- If you are a veteran and have suffered an injury during your military service, you may be entitled to Veterans Disability Compensation.