Disability insurance companies use varying language in their policies, but generally a claimant must establish that:
- claimant has a medical condition (illness or injury), which is certified to by a competent medical provider;
- claimant is unable to perform their substantial and/or material occupational duties a result of this condition.
- claimant must meet both of these criteria before being eligible for benefits.
Attorney Mike Quiat has helped many clients as health insurance attorney. Our focus is to help clients that have been wrongfully denied insurance benefits or long-term disability claims. Mike has a proven record in appealing denied health insurance claims.
Our firm Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Russo, P.C. helps with disability benefit claim denials. Contact us today for an initial free consultation.