Once your Short Term Disability claim is approved, now what? We’re sharing our experience with what comes next.
So many people have been calling me seeking help on their Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability claims at a point in time when benefits have been approved. Usually, for some other reason, another issue has arisen for which advice is sought. People call me, we discuss the situation, I walk them through it if I can or we set an office conference.
What concerns me is that just about every other attorney who handles these types of claims is unwilling to even talk to the potential client until such time as benefits have been denied. The reason they do this is painfully obvious- they are not interested in anything but making an attorney fee.
Here at Herbert M. Hill, P.A., when you call, we help out even if there is no money at the end of the rainbow for us. This is because we are great believers in goodwill, the happy client who is talking us up favorably. We are great believers in community service. Sometimes a potential client really does not need our services yet. Notwithstanding, we will answer all your questions to the best of our ability.
We know this is a stressful time in your life. We want to be part of your solution.
If you have any questions about your Long Term Disability or Short 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, 844-454-59995, 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.