Indiana Long Term Disability Lawyers
Injuries, illness, and medical conditions can result in disabilities that may leave a person unable to work and support their family. If a person is employed when the disability develops, the employer may have a short and/or long term disability policy that will pay a percentage of their salary if the person is unable to continue working. To find out if a person is covered under a short or long term disability policy, the person should speak with the human resource department. The human resource employee should be able to provide the person with the application for short and long term disability insurance.
We are happy to talk with you about the following types of cases:
- Short/Long Term Disability
- Individual Disability Claims
- ERISA claims
- Life Insurance Claims
- Government Employee Claims
The Hankey Law Office offers a Free Consultation and work on a contingency fee basis. This means we only charge a fee if we obtain benefits or a settlement for you.
The Indiana long-term disability lawyers of the Hankey Law Office, have successfully resolved cases with the following insurance companies:
- The Standard
- Liberty Mutual
- Madison National Life Ins.
- NY Life
- Lafayette Life Ins.
- Lincoln National
If you or someone you love is interested in disability benefits or has questions pertaining to their rights to financial support while they are unable to work, contact a member of our legal team at (317) 634-8565.
How We Can Help
Each person may have a unique situation that can affect his or her eligibility for certain aspects of both Social Security Disability or employer sponsored disability benefits.
When a disability impairs your ability to work, you and your family may be in need of immediate financial support. Although you can apply for long-term disability on your own, an attorney that specializes in disability may be able to help you recover these benefits without delay or other issues. If you are covered under a short or long term disability plan through your employer, never let them tell you that you do not qualify. Contact us to find out for sure whether you have the right to apply for those benefits. Termination does not necessarily mean that you may not apply for your employer sponsored coverage.
Contact an Indiana Disability Lawyer Today
If you or someone you love is interested in long-term disability, the Indiana long-term disability attorneys of the Hankey Law Office are prepared to help. Contact us at (317) 634-8565 to discuss your eligibility and rights to these benefits today.