Professional Nationwide Disability Insurance Claims Attorneys Representing Family and Internal Medicine Doctors
At Disability Insurance Law Group, our national claims attorneys represent family and internal medicine doctors throughout the country who have been left to defend the extent of their conditions to the insurance companies to obtain the benefits they deserve.
Physicians nationwide count on disability insurance coverage to maintain their livelihoods when injured or ill and cannot work. Whether their disability is temporary, long-term, or permanent, physicians maintain this critical coverage to protect them from the financial risk of losing their income.
Unfortunately, whether it is their private or employer-paid policy, disability insurance representatives review claims by focusing on how they can dispute or deny the request.
We see things differently.
If there has been a change in your ability to work as a family or internal medicine doctor, no matter where your office is in the U.S., we can help you pursue your disability insurance for your complete coverage, so you can confidently move forward. Contact our national disability insurance claims attorneys today to discuss your case during a free consultation.
Why Do Disability Insurance Companies Deny Family and Internal Medicine Doctor Claims?
Disability insurance companies identify their policyholders by their professions — not as human beings who need their help. This means they consider the physical requirements for fulfilling their duties as family and internal medicine doctors. Since physicians and other medical professionals do not perform arduous tasks, disability insurance companies often undervalue or outright deny their claims, stating they can still do their jobs.
Most family doctors have individual disability policies, which include residual disability coverage if they reduce their hours or eliminate specific duties. However, our nationwide disability claims lawyers know another option may include collecting total disability while the practice continues.
At Disability Insurance Law Group, our attorneys compel the insurance companies to recognize the totality of our clients’ roles as physicians and how their disabilities impact their essential responsibilities and patient well-being.
No matter which insurance company holds your disability policy or if you have already been denied disability benefits, our attorneys will provide the exacting legal representation you need to pursue results.
We are more than disability insurance lawyers: We are client advocates who represent real people, not case numbers, who need to pursue their disability insurance policies for the coverage they have paid for as family and internal medicine doctors.
Contact us today to learn how we can help you pursue your accountant disability insurance for your complete benefit needs, so you can return to enjoying life as an individual instead of a policy number.
Maximizing Disability Claims for Family and Internal Medicine Doctors Nationwide
Our job, as U.S. disability insurance attorneys for family and internal medicine doctors, is to help you maximize the benefits under your disability policy, whether you are permanently unable to work or would like to step away from the medical profession and engage in another type of work that accommodates your abilities.
Do not allow your disability insurance company to diminish the reality of how your injury or illness impacts your ability to be a physician. Let us take the lead in your case and pursue real results that allow you to enjoy the quality of life of putting your claim behind you, just as we have successfully done for thousands of professionals nationwide.
At Disability Insurance Law Group, we also offer insurance claims for the following occupations:
Contact Our Dedicated Disability Insurance Claims Attorneys for Family and Internal Medicine Doctors Today
Contact our national disability insurance attorneys for family and internal medicine doctors 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.