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Kathy Wellington
Kathy Wellington

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I had lost my long term disability case with my employer insurance and needed to do an appeal. I called Roy Law with a million questions which were all answered. I went with Roy Law, thank goodness, as he won my case. They fought hard for me and kept me informed through the entire process and case he was building. I am very, very grateful for Chris and his staff. I can not say enough about how they helped me and my family. The insurance company made me feel as if I was lying about my condition, which made me doubt myself, but Chris proved my injury was disabling, (I knew I was and still am in severe pain) but I wasnt sure if it was bad enough. It was.

Scott Paulson
Scott Paulson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I want to thank Chris and Darrin for a superb job! They were very professional through out the process! I would recommend them to anybody I know.

Thank you,
Scott

Katrina Shaw
Katrina Shaw

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Chris Roy and his firm are kind and extremely knowledgeable in their field of practice. I'm very satisfied with how my case was handled and especially the outcome. I would highly recommend Roy Law.

Diana Doll
Diana Doll

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My experience with Roy Law has FAR EXCEEDED my expectations. In five months, Chris, Danielle and the rest of the staff won my appeal for long term disability. When I started the process of retaining Roy Law, I was skeptical of whether the firm could help me or not. After I inquired about their representation, Chris and Danielle called me immediately. Within 24 hours of explaining my case to Chris and Danielle, I shared their confidence that we would win the appeal.....and win they did. Danielle is truly a saint. She promptly answered every email and every phone call I made (and there were tons!) with patience and support. She was empathic to my chronic disability and genuinely concerned for my well being. Please DO NOT hesitate to use Roy Law for your disability case. A+++ rating. Thank you, Roy Law

Steven Jewell
Steven Jewell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Facing permanent disability and unable to work I thought my insurance would cover me, boy was I wrong! I had paid the premium for many years through my employer just in case something ever happened. With no where to turn, being denied by insurance and depleting all savings just to survive I felt helpless!

Searching the internet I found Roy Law. Taking a chance I called. What a godsend ! This Law Firm, and in particular Chris Roy, saved the day. I found everyone to be professional, caring, diligent and timely. They are not only good at what they do but they take the time to make sure you understand what you're faced with and the paths to help you make the best decision. Chris and his team were successful in turning my situation around. Chris truly cares about what they do and why they do it, and for the right reasons. His firm knows the industry and how most insurance companies only care about the bottom dollar and not necessarily about your health or situation.

I'm glad I found Roy Law and highly recommend them and their ability to Help! Don't hesitate to call or give them a try. I know I'm glad I did!

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Roy Law represents Nevada state residents who have been denied long-term disability insurance benefits. Nevada’s contract and tort laws govern disputes over private disability insurance policies, wile ERISA, a federal law, governs most disputes over long-term disability insurance policies acquired through employee benefit plans.

Nevada long-term disability insurance disputes involving private disability insurance policies, purchased outside of employee benefit plans, are generally heard in Nevada District Court. There are 78 judges sitting in ten Nevada district courts, each covering one or more of Nevada’s 16 counties and one independent city. Nevada allows those who have been wrongfully denied long-term disability insurance benefits to recover damages for breach of contract, including incidental and consequential damages, interest, and reasonable attorney fees. Moreover, claimants are also allowed to bring a claim for the tort of bad faith, which allows for recovery of extra-contractual damages like compensation for pain, suffering, and emotional distress.

ERISA allows residents who have been denied long-term disability insurance benefits to appeal to federal court in the United States District Court, District of Nevada, which maintains courthouses in Las Vegas, and Reno. Cases are divided between those courthouses based on litigants’ locations. If successful, Nevada ERISA appellants may recover contractual damages, back benefits, and future benefits, as well as interest, attorney fees, and costs.

If you have been denied long-term disability insurance benefits, please give us a call. Roy Law will evaluate your case for free and give you an honest assessment of your chance of success. If Roy Law takes your case, we promise to employ our best effort to craft the most persuasive claim or appeal possible to win your claim.

You may find the following disability information helpful:

  • Nevada Care Connection was established in 2005 as our state’s Aging and Disability Resource Center program. ADRCs were designed to serve as a single point of entry into the long term support system for individuals with functional limitations and their families.  The original goal was to help consumer’s identify needs, provide information on the full range of options available and help people access benefits for which they might qualify.

 

 

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Long-Term Disability Attorney, Roy Law
Representing individuals denied benefits under privately purchased disability insurance policies.Continue Reading
What is ERISA? Answer: Employee Retirement Income Security Act
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