Securing The Evidence We Need For A Successful Claim
The more evidence and facts we have at our disposal, the more likely we are to file a successful claim or an appeal of a denial or an appeal of a termination of benefits. At Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law, we take a fact-based approach to your legal problems by placing an emphasis on securing the appropriate medical documentation concerning your matter.
The Need For Documentation From Your Treating Physician
We typically consider the evidence gathered by your insurance company to be highly limited. At Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law, we go directly to the source of your medical documentation to supplement the record. Treating physicians not only have the objective information, but also demonstrate the objective effects of your disabling injury.
Objective Data Is Your Best Asset
In the insurance matters we handle, we find that objective data is the best asset to move your claim forward. MRIs and needle tests are an important first step. While there are challenges with diseases that more difficult to diagnose and quantify through objective means, we use our legal knowledge and considerable experience with medical cases to cite data based on facts, not educated guesses. Nothing will be left to chance.
Typically, a letter detailing all the objective and quantifiable information to show your disability is submitted to the insurance company along with your insurance claim. They will either deny or grant your application. Regardless of the evidence, they may wrongfully deny your legitimate claim, which can prompt action by your attorney to seek to overturn that denial. It is important to fight for your rights with objective data on your side to bolster your claim.
Contact Us To Learn More
If you need help filing a private or group disability insurance claim, you have come to the right place. It is important to have an attorney who knows the process and can help you from beginning to end, including if your claim is denied. We can help you resolve disputes promptly. Contact Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law online, or call 877-673-9993 to schedule a free initial consultation with our experienced team.