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Handling Your Own Long-Term Disability Appeal

Handling Your Own Long-Term Disability Appeal

Have you ever wondered if you can handle your own long-term disability appeal? It’s a common question, and the answer is yes, but with a lot of important considerations. Let’s delve into what you need to keep in mind when navigating this complex process:

Understanding Time Constraints

In most cases, there’s a strict deadline of 180 days to submit your appeal to the insurance company. This timeframe is crucial, as missing it could jeopardize your chances of a successful appeal.

The Role of ERISA

Long-term disability plans are often governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), which comes with a multitude of rules and regulations. Adhering to these guidelines is crucial for your appeal to be considered and accepted. Hiring an attorney well-versed in ERISA can be invaluable, ensuring that your appeal is comprehensive and submitted correctly the first time.

Importance of Confirmation

Once your appeal is submitted, obtaining confirmation from the insurance company that they’ve received it is vital. This confirmation serves as proof of timely submission and ensures that your appeal is in the system for review.

How We Can Help

At Bonnici Law Group, we specialize in handling long-term disability appeals. Our team understands the intricacies of ERISA and can guide you through the process seamlessly. If you have an appeal looming or need assistance, we’re here to help.

Schedule Your Consultation

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Reach out to us today at 619-259-5199 or click here to schedule a complimentary consultation. Let’s work together to ensure your long-term disability appeal is handled with expertise and care.


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