If your initial claim for ERISA disability benefits is denied, plans often allow for at least one administrative appeal. The deadline for filing an administrative appeal for your ERISA disability benefits will be disclosed in the letter denying your initial claim. Moreover, it is usually necessary to exhaust the administrative appeal process in your ERISA plan before you can file a lawsuit for disability benefits.
Generally, only information or documents that are provided through the administrative appeal will be considered by a court if a lawsuit for benefits is ultimately filed. Thus, it is crucial to ensure that all necessary information is submitted during the administrative appeal because there may likely not be a chance to provide further information in support of your disability claim if it becomes necessary to sue for benefits.
At Tact Law Firm, we can assist in preparing and submitting a compelling administrative appeal to overturn the denial of your initial claim for ERISA disability benefits. This process includes:
If your initial claim for disability benefits has been denied, please contact us for a free consultation to determine whether we may file an administrative appeal on your behalf.
We understand that if you are seeking disability benefits, financial stability is a top priority. Thus, our legal services are always provided on a contingency basis, meaning we only get paid if we successfully obtain disability benefits for you. This arrangement allows our interests to be completely aligned with our clients' interests in obtaining disability benefits.
We can assist you in filing for and obtaining disability benefits at the onset of your claim.
If the insurance company or administrator has denied your initial claim and appeal for disability benefits, we can challenge the wrongful denial in court.
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