McDermott Law, LLC
4600 S. Ulster Street,
Suite 800
Denver, CO 80237

(303) 964-1800

Disability Claim Management

Disability Claim Management

The Denver disability lawyers at McDermott Law can help individuals file or appeal denials of their short-term and long-term disability claims.

Most of our clients contact us after their claim for long-term or short-term disability benefits have been denied.  However, our Denver disability lawyers can also assist in the filing of your claim.  If you’d like, we can sit down with you to discuss the claim process, the nature of a disability claim in general, and how to file such a claim on your own.  We can also assist in the gathering of crucial medical, occupational, and testimonial support for the claim.

We work with the client, the treating physician, therapists, and other professionals to develop the necessary support for your claim to give it the best chance of success from the outset.  We can manage the entire claim process if you prefer.  Many people do not have the energy or experience to deal with the insurance company’s request for additional information, interviews, and the occasional request for an examination.  If you prefer to handle the initial claim process on your own, feel free to click on the link below for some quick tips on how to do so.

If you suffer a claim denial and our firm is successful in having those benefits paid, we are here to assist you with the continuing management of the claim into the future.  The long-term disability (LTD) insurance company is not going to leave you alone.  It will continue to monitor your claim.  It will require the completion of multiple forms every 6 months to a year (or even more often).  These forms will need to be completed by yourself and your treating physician.  We are here to assist with the ongoing claims management as well, with a goal of guarding against a termination of those needed monthly LTD benefits.





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