Mass Mutual Disability Denial Lawyer
The Herbst Firm understands that receiving a denial letter from a disability insurance company can be stressful and in some cases terrifying. Many times we have clients who are physically or mentally not able to work, but truly cannot afford to stay home and focus on their health. Even worse are situations where disabled insurance carriers lose their benefits, and then cannot afford to pay expensive copays for their medical care. Disability insurance companies place people in extremely tough scenarios when they send out their denial letters. These companies are simply too large and too focused on maintaining profit margins to treat their disability insurance customers with compassion and empathy. The firm’s aggressive and experienced lawyers will work tirelessly to recover the income that you deserve, and will also treat you with the compassion that is so rare from the insurance companies.
If you have received a denial letter it is important to contact an insurance lawyer immediately. Filing an appeal for a disability denial is a time sensitive matter, and if your disability insurance policy is governed under ERISA you will have 180 days from the receipt of your denial letter to file the appeal. These 180 days are crucial to establishing a thorough and complete record of your disability and the effects that the disability or disabilities have on your ability to work. If your appeal is denied, information that is not included in the appeal will not be admissible in a future lawsuit. Just because ERISA allows 180 days does not mean you should wait a few months to contact a lawyer to start your appeal. Benjamin Herbst is available for a free consultation about your claim 24 hours a day. As soon as you receive a denial letter from you should contact someone about filing an administrative appeal. We represent clients in Baltimore and throughout Maryland, and our lawyers will travel anywhere in the state to meet to discuss the best possible ways to earn back the benefits that you have paid to recieve.