Police Officer Disability Claims

Whether they are on patrol duty, work in a station or work at a detention center, law enforcement officers face intense physical and mental stress. This can result in a serious disability that prevents an officer from working.

If you are a police officer, sheriff's deputy, state trooper or prison officer, you probably have individual or group disability coverage. However, that does not mean that you will receive disability benefits under the terms of your policy. Your insurance company may deny your claim entirely, or provide benefits for only a limited time, despite the fact that you cannot perform your assigned duties. You may need help from a disability claim attorney to obtain the benefits you deserve.

Advocates for Disabled Workers

DarrasLaw is a team of attorneys whose mission is helping disabled workers get fair treatment from insurance companies. We work diligently to help our clients get the disability benefits they are entitled to.

DarrasLaw has extensive experience in cases involving disabilities that law enforcement personnel commonly experience, including:

  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Stress-induced disabilities, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents

Contact us today for a free consultation about a police officer disability claim.

Disability Claim Denials for Police Officers

Insurance companies deny many initial disability claims for various reasons. Just because your claim was denied however, doesn't mean that you cannot eventually obtain disability benefits.

Nationally recognized as a leading disability claims law firm, DarrasLaw has the experience and knowledge needed to perfect disability claims. If necessary, we can file an appeal, seeking to obtain benefits for you in an efficient and timely manner. You can depend on DarrasLaw for skillful advocacy at all stages of the legal process.

Free Consultation With a Lawyer

Contact DarrasLaw to discuss your case with a concerned and committed disability benefits lawyer.