• What Can I Do If The Disability Insurance Company Is Delaying Disability Payments?

What can I do if the disability insurance company is delaying disability payments?

Disability attorney Cesar Gavidia discusses what options a claimant may have when their disability insurance company has delayed their payments.

If a disability insurance company has been dragging their feet, it’s been more than 90 days that they haven’t paid disability benefits, they’ve continued to be – telling you they’ve been evaluating your claim, it’s advisable that at this point you probably should contact a disability lawyer to begin representing you against them. The reality is, is that once you have a lawyer involved who’s familiar with these tactics, who’s familiar with these insurance companies, and need to hold their feet to the fire, the insurance company may act at that point. Usually, individually claimants don’t have that type of firepower; don’t have that type of knowledge and experience to deal with these insurance companies. So if you have a particular issue with one of these companies where they’ve been dragging their feet, they haven’t paid your disability benefits, please contact us.

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  • Stephanie,

    We offer various fee arrangements, to include hourly rates and contingency fee arrangements. Please feel free to contact our office top discuss how we may be able to assist you. If you do not have a copy of your disability policy, please secure a copy.

    Stephen JessupDec 30, 2014  #2

  • What is the approximate cost to pay an attorney at Dell & Schaefer to file a long term disability claim? The basis for my questions has to do with a low income client?

    Additionally, how is this payment made when funding is not available?

    Thank you.

    StephanieDec 29, 2014  #1

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