New Jersey Disability Insurance Attorneys
- New Jersey: Disability Insurance Lawyers Helping Disability Claimants Nationwide
In the state of New Jersey, our team of lawyers will protect your rights when dealing with your disability insurance company. Disability insurance companies have the financial and legal resources to preserve their interests. Have your interests protected with the New Jersey Disability Insurance Attorneys Dell & Schaefer. We can help you at all stages of your claim from the application process, claim handling, ERISA appeals, and lawsuits in state or federal court.
We understand how insurance companies work to deny claims, and we hold the carrier accountable for their actions. Our attorneys make sure the insurance companies heed all the laws, all the time. It is our job to get New Jersey clients paid their disability insurance benefits as quickly as possible. That is why we start with a free phone consultation. The consult will be a review of your disability policy and any other pertinent documents to make a determination on your case.
Call today for a free consultation at (800) 682-8331.
New Jersey resolved cases by Attorneys Dell & Schaefer
- Lincoln Reversed Decision to Deny Benefits of Project Manager Suffering from Chronic Paroxysmal Hemicranial Cluster Headaches
It was evident from review of the denial letters and claim file that Lincoln had failed to understand the significance of the claimant’s medical condition and its impact on her ability to perform the main duties of her occupation.
- Benefits Reinstated: Dell & Schaefer Successfully Appeals Cigna’s Decision to Deny Benefits for MetroPCS Wireless Employee with HIV
Armed with updated medical records, a functional capacity evaluation and Social Security Disability Approval, Attorney Alexander Palamara had significant ammunition to challenge CIGNA’s decision.
- Unum disability appeal results in settlement of Unum long term disability claim
Mr. Z attempted to return to work, but soon found that sitting at a desk and working on a computer only made the pain worse. Initially, Unum approved Mr. Z’s short-term disability claim, and after twenty-six weeks of short-term disability payments began issuing long-term disability benefits to Mr. Z. Nonetheless, Unum terminated Mr. Z’s LTD disability benefits and informed him he that could submit an appeal with Unum within 180 days.