Your Horizon With Disability

At the moment in time when you become disabled, your whole world is turned upside down. This is one good reason there are so many who work well beyond the point at which they should stop because of their disability. Legitimately, there is great concern about what is on this new horizon.

We have been on your new horizon. We know what is coming. We are prepared to walk you through it, with an eye toward eliminating, as much as possible, the stress associated with having such a claim in your life. Dealing with the insurance company’s claims representative will not be a healthy experience. When you are concerned and have questions about your claim, we will be readily available to answer your questions with an eye toward what is best for you.

Your horizon includes questions about the completion of the initial forms, input from the doctor, follow up requests for information, appealing denials, the transition from short term disability to long term disability, social security, benefit limitations, changes in the definitions of disability, and so on, ad nauseum. The questions will continue through out the pendency of your claim. We are prepared to stand by your side every step of the way.

We handle short term and long term disability benefit claims right from the application phase, if the client wants. If you have received a benefit denial, it is imperative that you get an attorney involved on your behalf during the appeal phase of your case. This is when the evidence on your short term or long term disability benefits claims is gathered and finalized. Once the appeals of your claim are exhausted, no further evidence can be presented to the insurance company or in Court, if a lawsuit becomes necessary.

The law firm of Herbert M. Hill, P.A. specializes in such claims. Over 95% of our practice is for claims of this type. We know the benefits to which you are entitled and we know how to go about getting them. Mr. Hill has over 35 years of experience and has a well regarded reputation as an advocate for disabled claimants. To learn more, you can visit our firm’s website at or call at 844-454-5995.

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