When: Pre-Recorded Event. Register and Watch Anytime
Why: To help fulfill our mission at BenGlassLaw – Helping YOU Make Great Decisions about Your Legal Issues
100% FREE information-packed webinar on filing a group or individual disability claim.
You received a denial letter from your group or individual long-term disability insurance company. You applied for benefits, and your doctor sent in medical records, but the insurance company denied the claim. The next question that will pop into your head is "Do I need a lawyer?" The answer to that question is YES, you definitely need a lawyer to look at your denial letter.
The Disability Appeals Team at BenGlassLaw will guide you through the steps you should take after receiving a denial letter and will answer the following questions:
Why EVERYONE Who Has Just Received a Denial Letter Should Watch This Webinar TODAY
Insurance companies thrive on claimants who have no knowledge of how to negotiate a disability claim. It is not their job to explain your next steps after they have denied your claim. Naturally, you will have many questions on how to move forward with your claim.
Once you have received a denial letter from the insurance company, you only have 180 days to put together your litigation package which will be used should you decide to sue the insurance company.
Often, the insurance company will have holes in their denial letter that can be used to your advantage. They will try to place the burden on your shoulders to fix it, assuming that you have no knowledge in disability claim negotiations. You will need to consult with a qualified lawyer and research the steps you should take after receiving a denial letter. Luckily, you came to the right place.
We Made This Webinar to Help Everyone Who has Received a Denial Letter From Their Long Term Disability Insurance Company
It is important that you do not attempt to appeal a denial letter until you have consulted with a lawyer who is knowledgeable in reviewing denial letters. You will want to have a strong argument with valid evidence to back your claim before you appeal. This webinar will help guide you through your next steps following a denial letter.
If your benefits have been denied and you are entitled to appeal just fax/email/mail us the denial letter as soon as you get it. We will review it and give you a detailed strategy for moving forward. This service is free but you must act promptly.