Individual Disability Applications

Many people fill out their disability applications on their own, thinking that insurance companies are on their side. Only when they receive pushback do they realize that insurance companies are going to scrutinize every aspect of the claim, starting with the applications. If something is missing, if anything is not filled out properly, the insurance company will use it as an opportunity to avoid paying the claim. The good news is that you do not have to fill out your disability application on your own. You can get help from experts.

At DarrasLaw, America's top disability firm, our attorneys have 100 years of insurance and hard fought litigation experience, qualifying us to help people with individual disability applications. We take great care to make certain you do it right the first time and avoid any unnecessary delays or denials.

The Importance of a Properly Filled-Out Individual Disability Application

We know exactly what the insurance company is looking for. Medical documentation that simply states you have a disabling condition may not be enough. Documentation from your doctor must explain the disability and why it prevents you from working. Failure to provide medical documentation that the insurance company is happy with is a common reason for delay or denial. Even details that may seem minor to you could end up leading to your paperwork being sent back, forcing you to start from scratch and lose valuable time.

Our 100 years of insurance and litigation experience have taught us that insurance companies will work hard to minimize the benefits they pay out. Even applications that are filled out just as they should be can lead to denied individual disability claims. You can be certain that our lawyers will be here for you no matter what happens, ready to help you get the benefits you paid for.

Free Consultations — Individual Disability Application Lawyers

Call us at 877-670-0128 or send us an email to learn more about how our lawyers can help with your individual disability application.