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You have options when your disability claim is wrongfully denied

When you apply for disability benefits, you expect to receive your benefits. When the insurance company denies your claim, you may feel helpless and angry. You know you have a right to your benefits, but you may not know how to pursue them.

At DarrasLaw, we help those who have been denied their disability benefits. You have options available and it’s important that you consider all of your options before deciding how to proceed.

According to the Pennsylvania Record, a case in Pennsylvania is currently underway against Unum Life Insurance Company of America. The plaintiff alleges that the insurer denied her claim for disability benefits even though she was disabled according to the terms of her policy. She had to have a full knee replacement and never fully healed afterwards.

In some cases, an appeal of a denial may not be the right way to get your benefits, such as when you have an individual policy. At DarrasLaw, we know how to proceed in your claim to get you the benefits you need and deserve.

DarrasLaw has more than 100 years of insurance and litigation experience and we make a difference. We know that you don’t need the runaround from the insurance company and we work diligently to protect policyholders from being abused by insurance companies.

Disability insurance is supposed to provide benefits when you are not able to work. When this doesn’t happen, it can put you and your family in a financial mess. We want to help you get the benefits the insurance company owes you. To learn more about denied disability claims, please take a look at our many webpages on the topic.

DarrasLaw is Americas' most honored and decorated disability litigation firm in the country. Mr. Darras has seen more, evaluated more, litigated more, and resolved more individual and group long term disability and long-term care cases than any other lawyer in the United States.

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