Anderson ERISA Lawyer
You Should Have Legal Representation When Applying For Long-Term Disability Benefits
A long-term disability has serious financial as well as health implications. Benefits from your employer may be available, but the application process is complex. Most employers have some form of disability benefits through an insurance company. These policies are governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). You need the help of an experienced lawyer who understands the application process and how it applies to your situation.
Hinnant Medical & Law Offices, LLC, can help you file your application and handle an appeal if your claim is denied. William Hinnant Jr. is a practicing medical doctor as well as a licensed attorney. His experience in both of these areas enables him to evaluate your situation and ensure that all of the necessary information is provided to the insurance company. We understand the importance of these benefits to you when you are disabled and will fight to get them for you.
Why Should I Hire A Lawyer To Get Benefits?
ERISA law covers these insurance policies, but insurance companies still manage and distribute these benefits. These companies are in business to make money for their shareholders, not to take care of their beneficiaries, as they claim in their advertising. By working with a lawyer who understands both the legal and medical sides of the application process when you apply, you have a much better chance of obtaining these benefits.
If you receive a claim denial, we are well-equipped to appeal the insurance company’s decision. Dr. Hinnant will use his medical expertise to show how your disability affects your ability to work and why your claim should be approved. We will help you obtain the benefits you need.
Contact Us To Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Regarding Long-Term Disability Benefits And ERISA Issues
We have offices in Anderson, South Carolina. Call us at 864-202-6122 or toll free at 866-699-6670. You can also send us an email. We offer home and hospital visits, as well as Spanish translation services if needed. You do not pay a fee unless you obtain benefits.