Roy Law is Oregon & Washington’s leading long-term disability insurance law firm. Our lawyers are highly experienced at representing individuals who are applying for, or have been denied, long-term disability insurance benefits. Whether you are initiating a claim, or appealing a denial, Roy Law can help.
Roy Law’s attorneys provide free long-term disability claim and appeal evaluations. To begin, we usually request a copy of your long-term disability policy, and, if applicable, your denial letter. After our initial evaluation, we counsel you on the best way to proceed with your case. There is no charge for these services.
If you hire Roy Law, our attorneys will usually take your case on a contingency basis, meaning we get paid only if you win. Sometimes, our lawyers handle long-term disability matters for an hourly fee, but that is rare, and is considered on a case-by-case basis.
When hired, Roy Law’s lawyers use their expert knowledge of ERISA, the law governing most employee benefit disputes, to put together the most persuasive claim or appeal possible. This involves an in-depth understanding of your insurance policy, claim file, and, if applicable, the reasons for denial as laid out in your denial letter. Further, a winning claim or appeal requires close coordination with your medical providers, and the ability to apply the specific facts of your case to the relevant law. Creating a persuasive claim or appeal requires a significant amount of time, energy and resources.
Roy Law’s long-term disability attorneys have dedicated their practice to fighting insurance companies on your behalf. Please give us a call, and we will provide you the best service possible.
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