If you have a claim for long-term disability insurance denied, you should seek legal help. Many times, this is only ability to submit information to the insurance company that may be later used for a lawsuit. Once a final denial is issued, it is often the case that you cannot add additional information to the file and so it is important to have an attorney to help you submit the information, gather the doctor records and opinions at that crucial time because, as I said, you may not have that option down the road.

To learn more about your options after having a long-term disability claim denied, contact the long-term disability lawyers at the Hankey Marks & Crider at (317) 634-8565.