Lawdragon Names Frank N. Darras to Its Top 500
Frank N. Darras has been recognized by Lawdragon twice in 2006, first as one of the top 500 Litigators in America and now, as one of the top 500 Lawyers in America.
Darras, famous for his determination and diligence fighting insurance company giants, in just nineteen years, has recovered over half a 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.
Frank N. Darras is widely considered the nation’s leading disability and long-term care insurance litigator and most recently, has been recognized for his tireless work helping the elderly and fighting on their behalf when insurance carriers deny them benefits they richly deserve.
Widely quoted, often interviewed, Darras has appeared in CFO magazine, regularly authors a variety of insurance related columns and has been the primary authority for news coverage exposing insurance company wrongs on CBS’ 60 Minutes and NBC’s Dateline.
Most recently, he was the source for a story exposing Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company for wrongfully denying an 87-year-old grandmother her long-term care benefits, landing the story on the cover of the Los Angeles Times.
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.
“Every American who buys insurance and pays costly premiums to protect themselves and their families from disaster, should get what they are promised,” says Darras. “Those who are wrongfully mistreated deserve compassionate, experienced and competent representation.”
Darras knows, since he has spent his working life giving a powerful voice to those without, while giving the insurance industry the corporate fight of their lives when they single out our seniors and the disabled.
Every year, Frank N. Darras reviews and evaluates over 12,000 new referrals and manages the largest disability and long-term care practice in America.