520 SW Yamhill Street | Suite 212 | Portland, Oregon 97204 | 503 206 4313 | 855 306 4313
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Portland Disability Law

Portland, Oregon's Leading Long-Term Disability Insurance Appeal Attorneys

Roy Law is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and its long-term disability insurance appeal lawyers represent individuals throughout Oregon & Washington with disability insurance claims and appeals. Roy Law’s Portland location is ideal for Oregon long-term disability litigation because almost all long-term disability appeals are heard in federal court, and Portland is the seat of Oregon’s largest federal district courthouse. Whether you have private long-term disability insurance, or an ERISA group plan, Roy Law can help.

Roy Law offers free case evaluations to anyone with a possible long-term disability insurance claim or appeal. To evaluate your case, Roy Law’s attorneys usually ask for your long-term disability policy, and any relevant communication with your insurance company, like a denial letter. In some instances, our attorneys may also need to review your insurance company’s entire claim file. Regardless, after reviewing the necessary information, Roy Law will present you all options for resolving your claim. At that point you may decide to hire us. In that case, as your attorney, we leverage our extensive disability appeal experience and knowledge of  ERISA, the law governing most long-term disability benefit disputes, to put together the best claim or appeal possible.

If you have any question about Roy Law and the long-term disability representation we provide in Portland, Oregon, please give us a call to discuss.

In addition to our legal services you may also find the following local resources helpful:

  • Portland has a few social security offices, but we think the office located at 1538 SW Yamhill Street is probably the most accessible. Here is a link to SSA’s web site: SSA, and a link to Oregon State’s site for people with disabilities, DHS.
  • The City of Portland, Office of Neighborhood Involvement maintains a site listing disability resources available to Portland residents.
  • Oregon has a statewide 501(c)(3) organization called Disability Rights Oregon dedicated to upholding the legal rights of people with disabilities.