Sustaining catastrophic injuries, acquiring chronic illnesses, and developing debilitating mental health issues can be extremely difficult processes. In addition to the physical and psychological challenges associated with severe medical conditions, if the symptoms of these conditions make it impossible for people to continue performing the duties of their jobs, disabled workers may find themselves in financial distress. However, if these workers have an appropriate level of insurance coverage, they may be entitled to collect disability benefits. 

Disability benefits may be available to people in Edmundston through an insurance policy they hold privately, or through their employer’s group plan. Although these income replacement payments do not provide coverage for a disabled worker’s total regular pay, disability benefits can be a crucial source of income for people who are unable to return to their workplaces because of the medical conditions they have acquired. Typically, insurance plans provide eligible recipients of disability benefits with between 60-70% of their regular wages. 

In order to apply for disability benefits, eligible policyholders may be required to provide supplementary medical evidence to their insurance provider. This evidence should sufficiently prove the severity of a person’s medical condition, illustrate the effect their condition has on their ability to perform their jobs, and substantiate a policyholder’s claim that they continue to receive ongoing medical treatment for their condition. 

However, even after providing thorough medical evidence proving the severity of their medical conditions, most claims for disability benefits across the country are denied. Insurance providers often find reasons to deny an eligible claimant’s request for benefits. Receiving a denied claim can be as demoralizing as it is perplexing. And while applicants whose claims were denied should have the opportunity to appeal their insurance provider’s decision, doing so without assistance can seem like an overwhelming challenge. 

Our disability lawyers serving Edmundston have a history of helping unfairly denied benefits claimants overturn their insurance company’s unfair determinations. At Preszler Injury Lawyers, we believe that no community member should be subject to unfair treatment while facing enormous physical, emotional, and financial challenges. That is why, if your claim for benefits was denied, our Edmundston disability lawyers may be able to provide you with crucial legal advice and assistance. 

By working with our disability lawyers serving Edmundston, you may be able to recover payments for previously denied benefits, as well as other damages arising from your claim’s initial denial. To review your case with our Edmundston disability lawyers and learn how we may be able to help overturn your insurance company’s unfair determination, schedule a free initial consultation with Preszler Injury Lawyers today.

Free Consultation for Edmundston Residents – We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win

In order to best serve the needs of denied benefits claimants, our disability lawyers serving Edmundston offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients. When you call our Edmundston disability lawyers, you will have the opportunity to review your situation and receive the benefit of legal advice tailored to your specific set of circumstances, all at no cost.

Additionally, our disability lawyers serving Edmundston work on a contingency-fee basis. That means we do not get paid unless we win your case. Our Edmundston disability lawyers invest in the clients we represent, and fight on their behalf against unfair insurance providers.

To learn more, schedule your free initial consultation with our disability lawyers serving Edmundston today.


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