Many of us have read the book “Who moved my cheese?” It is about what to do when the world I may have constructed for myself is completely blown up by circumstances beyond my control. Every one of my clients has experienced this, especially for those claiming long term disability benefits although even a short term disability claim can cause major upheavals.
The path many of us imagine involves an upward spiraling career leading to a comfortable golden age. If only it were that simple. Even if everything goes well there will be many difficulties and hardships along the way. Unfortunately, some of those hardships rise to the level of taking us off the path. At that time, we experience what is referenced
I am not only an “Attorney at Law” but also a “Counselor at Law.” This last role is every bit as important because it is the skill I bring to your case to help you understand how the law is going to impact your life and just where your cheese may be right now. This is every bit as important as knowing the law and how to secure the benefits to which you are entitled, which will play such an important role in
If you have any questions about your short term disability or long term disability claim, please give Herbert M. Hill, P.A. a call and we would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We are available at 407-839-0005 or, toll-free, 844-454-5995, If you would like, after discussing your case, we can set a conference. In most circumstances, that conference would be free of charge but in no circumstance would you be under any obligation to hire me nor would you feel any pressure from me to do so.
Herbert M. Hill, P.A. is a law firm located in Orlando, Florida with a practice extending throughout the state of Florida. While the vast majority of cases handled are for disability insurance benefits, areas of practice include employee benefit claims of all sorts. The firm handles any claims arising under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) for disability benefits, medical benefits, retirement benefits of any sort, including pension, 401k, termination agreements or the like as well as claims arising under private disability policies.