Frank N. Darras Launches Disability and Long-Term Care Insurance Website
Individuals, employees and reporters can reference http://www.darrasnews.com/ for information on disability and long-term care insurance matters, says Frank N. Darras, the nation’s leading disability and long-term care insurance lawyer.
Darrasnews.com consists of a variety of timely news articles that are helping define issues in disability and long-term care that affect us all. “You can find sound advice that will help you make informed decisions when evaluating your current policies or purchasing insurance to cover you and your family, should the unthinkable happen,” says Darras.
Easy to navigate, http://www.darrasnews.com/ allows you to click to a comprehensive question and answer section, read press releases that explain a variety of facets about different types of disability and long-term care insurance policies.
“The website is designed to provide information to help folks better understand their policies and their choices. It is not intended to be legal advice, but if someone does have a legal question or concern, we encourage them to contact us through the site,” says Darras. “We are happy to help.” Famous for his determination and diligence, Darras has recovered more than a half billion dollars on behalf of the disadvantaged and disabled. The majority of his nationwide clients are disabled and/or elderly, often easy targets for unreasonable bad faith and wrongdoing on behalf of multinational corporations.
Darras fights for those who cannot fight for themselves or afford hourly representation. His client list includes high profile professionals and athletes, yet he is deeply committed to helping America’s heart, the blue-collar worker.
“Americans buy insurance and pay hefty premiums in order to protect their families from catastrophe and to have peace of mind and security when disaster strikes. They should get what they were promised and paid so dearly for,” says Darras. “Those who are wrongfully mistreated deserve compassionate, experienced and competent representation.”