At DarrasLaw, we have recovered nearly $1 billion in wrongfully denied benefits for people in Idaho and throughout the United States. We have the experience and skill to take on any insurance company and handle Idaho individual disability insurance matters of all sizes, from $50-a-month claims to $500,000-a-month claims. No matter what your situation, you can count on us to help you get the benefits you need.
Wondering where to start? We offer a free policy analysis. From there, we will guide you through all aspects of the claims process. If your case needs to be appealed, we can assist. If litigation is necessary, we will pursue it with the help of local counsel in Idaho.
How DarrasLaw Became America’s Top Disability Firm
Our results alone did not earn us the title of America’s top disability firm. We believe that our compassion has been just as important. If the money we have recovered and our nationwide reach are not enough to support the title, our attorneys, including founder Frank N. Darras, have received numerous honors and awards from peers. For example, Lawdragon has singled out Frank N. Darras for five years in a row as one of the Top 500 Lawyers in America.
Insurance Claim Denial in Idaho
While we handle everything related to disability insurance, much of what we do is extending a helping hand to people who have been denied disability insurance benefits in Idaho.
People often come to us surprised that the insurance company did not simply hand benefits over. Unfortunately, that is not how insurance companies work. They thrive by withholding benefits, even if claims are valid. An experienced attorney is often necessary to make certain insurance companies fulfill their promises. We will make them do what is right.
Schedule a Free Consultation With a Disability Lawyer
We are dedicated to helping people in Idaho obtain disability benefits in cities such as:
- Idaho Falls
- Coeur D Alene
- Twin Falls
To schedule a free consultation, call us at 800-458-4577 to arrange a free consultation with a disability attorney today.