Long Term Disability Attorneys California

With the aid of long term disability attorneys, California residents can ensure that their rights under health care law are protected. Many sole providers and parents choose to purchase long term disability insurance for peace of mind for their families. These policies provide payment if you are unable to work for an extended period of time, replacing some portion of your regular income. While you may expect insurance providers to honor genuine claims, the fact is that they will just as soon deny them based on technicalities. By contacting long term disability attorneys, California residents can work with knowledgeable professionals who can help them navigate health care laws and receive their rightful long term medical insurance benefits.

California Long Term Disability Law

California law can prohibit insurance companies from denying rightful claims for long term disability benefits. However, the law is only enforced when claimants sue insurers to get what is owed to them. Insurance companies will do all they can to make long term disability claims go away. As the insurance companies face rising payouts and dwindling profits in California, the law has had to become stricter.

California Long Term Disability Settlement

A settlement in a long term disability case in California is typically only reached with the help of experienced lawyers. This is because many major insurance companies subscribe to the practice of routinely denying long term disability claims as a money-saving tactic. As long as they can reasonably justify their actions, most of these companies will cut off your benefits before honoring their obligations if given the choice.

Although this is certainly not the case for every insurance company, it is becoming more and more prevalent. In order to achieve a satisfactory settlement, then, you have to clearly present your case in the litigation process with the help of a lawyer who has mastered this area of the law in California. At Kantor & Kantor, LLP, our expert attorneys are equipped with some of the best legal strategies to help win you a fair settlement for your long term disability.

California Long Term Disability Appeal

Long term disability claims in California often go into appeal after a claimant has been denied coverage for a specific reason. Long term disability coverage is typically offered to employees of companies who are injured on the job in some way that inhibits their ability to continue working in the same capacity as before. This could be an accident on a construction site, a slip and fall that causes chronic back problems, or even brain damage after an explosion at a manufacturing plant.

Whatever the disability, if you are entitled to long term care (ERISA) benefits, then you should fight for what is yours. Even if you purchased a private disability policy on your own and have been turned down for a claim, you may still deserve to collect benefits. If you want to appeal a long term disability denial in California, you will need a lawyer on your side.

Why We're the Leader in California Long Term Disability Denial Cases

We at Kantor & Kantor, LLP are the smartest choice for your long term disability denial case in California. We have very few competitors, because we truly are the best at what we do. This area of the law in California can be exceedingly complicated, and we stand out among the rest as true experts.

Further, we are so confident in our abilities that we work on a contingency basis only. This means that we only get paid if you do. We won't charge you a dime if we can't gain a settlement or judgment for you, so there is never any risk of going further into debt after litigation. To set up your free consultation, call us directly at 1-888-569-6013 or contact us via email.

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