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Denied Or Delayed Short-Term Disability Claims

Many employers in Florida offer short-term disability insurance coverage as part of a benefit package to its employees. If you are a worker who is temporarily unable to work because of a nonwork-related injury or illness, you are entitled to pursue a claim for short-term disability.

Benefits are typically a portion of your salary during the period you are recovering. However, not all disability claims are approved; these types of claims get denied every single day by insurance entities for a variety of unsubstantiated reasons.

A Legal Team That Knows The Law

With offices in Hollywood and Boca Raton, at Gallup Auerbach, we have extensive experience helping individuals throughout South Florida with delayed or denied short-term insurance disability claims.

Employer-sponsored disability claims are governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, commonly known as ERISA. There are very specific rules and regulations under ERISA – one of which mandates insurance companies explain in detail the reasons for denying your claim.

Extensive Experience Working With Insurance Companies

Our lawyers know the law and have worked with insurance companies on many claims. Our team has disputed claims with insurance carriers, including but not limited to:

  • Aetna
  • Prudential
  • MetLife
  • Reliance Standard
  • The Hartford
  • Cigna

Private Insurance Policies

Our team has also worked with claimants who have had claims denied from private insurance entities. In many cases, those with private insurance coverage have a wider range of options. If you have a private policy and have been denied a claim, our team can analyze the situation and discuss options to get you the benefits you deserve.

Learn More About Your Options

We have helped individuals in similar circumstances recover the benefits they are rightfully entitled to. Let us help you. Whether your claim has been delayed, denied or terminated – we can provide the guidance you need.

Call our office at 888-545-2325 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced lawyers. You can also send us an email.