Frank N. Darras Honored by Lawdragon as Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyer

Posted May 5, 2022

Lawdragon has once again honored DarrasLaw founder Frank N. Darras as one of the top 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers in America. In its 2022 guide, Lawdragon recognized Mr. Darras for his tireless work on behalf of disabled insurance consumers who often are in life-and-death battles against billion-dollar insurance companies. Mr. Darras made it his […]

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Frank N. Darras Authored Article for Daily Journal: “June Trial Poised To Be Home Run For Minor League Players”

Posted April 18, 2022

Frank N. Darras authored an article for the Daily Journal titled “June trial poised to be a home run for minor league players.” This article analyzes an upcoming trial that will examine the rights and compensation for minor league baseball players. With the world of professional and collegiate sports changing almost by the day, this […]

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Frank N. Darras wrote an article for Law360: “NCAA, Congress Should Do More To Guide Athlete Publicity”

Posted March 30, 2022

Frank N. Darras wrote an article for Law360 covering the latest ins and outs of NIL and recent legislation hoping to offer guidance to our collegiate athletes. To date, there is no Federal law and dozens of states have passed NIL laws or proposed laws to govern this issue. Mr. Darras highlights the need for […]

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U.S. News & World Reports “Best Law Firms” honored DarrasLaw with a Tier 1 Ranking

Posted March 10, 2022

U.S. News & World Reports “Best Law Firms” honored DarrasLaw with a Tier 1 ranking in its 2022 ranking of law firms. DarrasLaw received the award for being one of the highest-scoring firms during the Best Law Firm’s annual review process. Widely considered the top long-term disability insurance firm in the nation, DarrasLaw has been […]

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Frank N. Darras’ latest article on how name/image/likeness issues are impacting collegiate athletes was published by Legal Reader

Posted February 12, 2022

Frank N. Darras’ latest article on how name/image/likeness issues are impacting collegiate athletes was published by Legal Reader. The article examines how NIL is impacting female athletes in particular and how it could be a major victory for women in college sports. NIL: Score One for Women’s Collegiate Athletics  

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“Any Occupation” vs. “Own Occupation” Long-Term Disability Insurance

Posted February 1, 2022

Most employers offer some form of ERISA group long-term disability insurance to their employees. While this is always a useful perk, it’s important to realize that not all group or individually purchased disability insurance policies are the same. Many aspects of these policies, whether individually purchased or employer-sponsored, can vary, including the duration of coverage […]

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Guide to Limitations for Disabilities in Mental Health Patients

Posted January 20, 2022

Regardless of your disability insurance coverage, you must file a comprehensive insurance claim form to receive monthly disability attorney benefits. Though similar to insurance claims after property damage or car accidents, a long-term disability (LTD) claim can prove complicated and cause substantial financial consequences. LTD claims for mental illness are common, but many LTD insurance […]

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Occupation-Specific Insurance Coverage


What Happens to Your Policy When Your Occupation is Different From How Others Perform It in the National Economy Disability insurance is there to protect you when you become so injured or ill that you cannot work any longer. Most people think that a disability must prevent them from ever working again. When it comes […]

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Why Isn’t My Insurance Company Sending Me for an Independent Medical Exam?


When you file a short or long-term disability claim, your insurance company may send you to an independent medical exam. Even though you have already submitted documentation from your doctor documenting your disability, the insurance company may want their own medical exam. Except sometimes, they don’t and that can be concerning. Are they going to […]

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