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Call For A Free Consultation (954) 989-9000

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Skilled Nursing Professionals Disability Claims Attorney in Florida, Nationwide

Nursing Professionals

Every single day in America, approximately 9,000 health care professionals suffer a disabling injury. For many, even a temporary disabling injury could be devastating, both financially and emotionally. Nursing is physically and psychologically demanding profession, playing a vital role in the recovery of others.

A Profession at Risk For Physical Injuries

Nurses suffer injuries much more often than individuals employed in other industries, and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are injured at a rate of three times the average U.S. worker. In fact, nursing professionals suffer arm and back injuries at a higher rate than any other occupation.

Disability Insurance Can Provide Support … If You Understand How the System Works

When registered nurses (RNs), CNAs or orderlies become sick or are injured and are unable to perform the tasks associated with their occupations, individual disability or group disability coverage may provide much-needed financial support. However, many disability insurance policies contain confusing and ambiguous language and/or provide strict claim reporting requirements on claimants. Because of this, many nursing professionals unknowingly damage their valid claims by submitting the wrong information or providing statements and information that can be taken out of context by their insurance companies. Accordingly, it is essential that you understand your rights and obligations under your particular disability insurance policy.

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

Turn to Us for Help with Your Disability Insurance Claim

As a nurse, you have helped so many people — let our lawyers help you pursue your claim. Call the Disability Insurance Law Group‘s offices in Florida and nationwide at 954-989-9000 or email us via our online contact form to set up a free consultation. We work with nursing professionals from across the country.

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