While every case is unique, there is a high likelihood that we have handled numerous disability claims just like yours.
The disability income division of Attorneys Dell & Schaefer, led by managing attorney Gregory Michael Dell, focuses exclusively on the representation of long term disability insurance claimants in both private policy and group disability (ERISA) claims.
We currently have ten disability insurance lawyers, a staff of 30, and an established network of disability lawyers in every state.
Insurance companies have paid our clients over $800 million dollars.
Through our 25+ years of litigation against every major disability insurance company in courts throughout the country we have achieved successful outcomes for thousands of clients and obtained invaluable inside disability company information that benefits our future clients.
After making the companies spend millions of dollars to defend wrongful disability denials we have established a working relationship with most of the major disability companies. Our relationship usually gives our clients the opportunity to resolve a disability benefit denial in an expedient and cost efficient manner.
In the last ten years we have reviewed over 120,000 disability insurance claims at various stages and helped over 5,000 people to collect benefits.
In the legal world a lawyer learns from hands-on experience, and we are unaware of any law firm that has been involved with more disability insurance claims than our lawyers.
We have the financial resources, skill and experience to battle the multi-billion dollars disability companies that we face on a daily basis. It is the size and resources of our law firm that allows us to provide clients with the highest quality legal work that smaller firms just don 't have the time to offer.
A client 's eligibility for long term disability benefits is evaluated on a monthly basis and therefore every claim requires constant attention to make sure benefits either continue or are reinstated.
While we review thousands of cases every year, we accept less than five percent of cases and only help the claimants that we think can recover benefits.