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Skilled Attorneys Representing Disabled Anesthesiologists Throughout the U.S.


At Disability Insurance Law Group, our Florida and Nationwide anesthesiologist disability insurance attorneys know that the time it takes for these specialty physicians to reach success requires careful planning, hard work, and incalculable personal sacrifices.

According to the American Society of Anesthesiologists, before they can begin practicing as medical professionals, anesthesiologists must have 12 to 14 years of education, including medical school, and 12,000 to 16,000 hours of clinical training.

Anesthesiologists obtain specialty certifications based on their area of practice, which may include critical care medicine, pain management, or emergency room focuses, but their subspecialties can be more narrowly focused care all requiring unique skills, training, and physical and mental abilities.

When their livelihoods are placed in jeopardy because of an injury or illness, they count on their anesthesiologist disability insurance to provide the financial support they need to sustain their quality of life, either in a short- or long-term capacity, depending on their unique circumstances.

When their disability insurance claim is disputed or denied, the financial impact can be devastating.

If there has been a change in your ability to work as an anesthesiologist, no matter where you are in the U.S., our Broward County disability insurance attorneys can help you pursue your complete coverage benefits, so you can move forward with confidence.

Why Do Anesthesiologists Need Disability Insurance?

Anesthesiologists spend their days performing research, meeting with patients, or assisting surgeons during operations. Before a procedure, they study a patient’s chart and medical history, discuss potential risk factors with their care team, and decide how much sedation is necessary and appropriate. They then evaluate, monitor, and supervise patient care before, during, and after surgery, delivering anesthesia, leading the anesthesia care team, and ensuring optimal patient safety.

Our Florida anesthesiologist disability claims attorneys know their days can be cut short without notice by an injury or illness. While no one expects to get hurt or acquire a life-changing illness that sidelines them from their careers, it unfortunately happens. While none of us can effectively prepare for significant absences from work — or the inability to return to work — disability insurance provides the peace of mind physicians need to ensure their current lifestyles can stay intact if they lose their ability to be anesthesiologists.

When protecting their income against a disability, the critical issue is whether their insurer understands how to protect their medical specialty and career’s financial needs.

Unfortunately, insurance companies see most physicians the same. They evaluate their careers, capabilities, and requirements on paper — not as human beings. Our U.S. disability insurance attorneys for anesthesiologists see your claim differently and are here to help you maximize the benefits under your policy, starting with a free consultation.

Why the Definition of Disability Matters When Filing an Anesthesiologist Insurance Claim

Your policy’s definition of disability is critical in determining if an anesthesiologist will qualify for disability insurance benefits. This definition may differ by policy, including private and employer-supplied disability insurance coverage.

Essentially, if you cannot perform the duties of your occupation then you are disabled.

However, the insurance company may dispute what your “occupation” is, even when you are an established anesthesiologist. Anesthesiology involves a wide range of refined skills and physical capabilities, working in concert with intense mental concentration to perform precise tasks.

Depending on the disabling illness or injury, the insurance company may claim that a critical care anesthesiologist may not be able to endure long operating room hours, but that he or she may continue to work in a pain management role.

While on paper this may appear as a qualifying reason to dispute or deny an anesthesiologist’s disability insurance claim, this type of transition requires time and training that may not be conducive to the individual’s treatment — thereby leaving them disabled.

At Disability Insurance Law Group, our nationwide anesthesiologist disability insurance attorneys will not allow your coverage provider to diminish the reality of how your injury or illness impacts your ability to be an anesthesiologist.

Allow us to take the lead in your case and pursue real results that allow you to enjoy the quality of life that comes with putting your claim behind you, just as we have successfully done for thousands of professionals across the nation.

At Disability Insurance Law Group, we also offer insurance claims for the following occupations:

Contact our Disability Insurance Attorneys for Anesthesiologists Today

Contact our skilled disability insurance attorneys for anesthesiologists today by calling 954-989-9000 or contact us online to schedule a completely free and confidential case assessment, so we can put our over 50 years of combined experience to work for you — no matter where you work or live in the U.S.

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