Disability Management Services, a third party administrator of long term disability claims, operates like a large insurance company in that it strives to gain wealth for its executives while ignoring the needs of its policyholders. Disability Management Services holds a legal duty to its policyholders to act in good faith and fair dealing. If it fails to uphold this responsibility, its customers have a right to sue on a bad faith claim. Unjust disability-insurance claim denial is an example of a way in which Disability Management Services has failed to uphold its duty as an insurer and has resulted in countless bad faith lawsuits.
Disability Management Services and Disability Insurance Denial
If you become ill or injured and are unable to work, you may need to depend on your long term disability insurance for your financial security. Facing a denial of these benefits could be devastating to your financial stability and could result in the:
Immediate loss of your regular income
Loss or foreclosure of your home
Loss of your savings
Denial of your health care
Disability Insurance Denial and your Legal Options
Every state has laws banning bad faith insurance practices; however, companies like Disability Management Services have ample legal resources at their disposal to eradicate your complaints. You don’t have to face this long and discouraging battle alone. An experienced attorney that specializes in long term disability denials will assist you in your fight to reclaim the benefits and compensation you deserve.
Your case against Disability Management Services can be successfully fought. If you have been denied your rightful disability insurance claim, there are legal options available, and at Sokolove Law we are well-versed in the litigation involved in long term disability denial cases. With more than 40 years of experience, we are prepared to help you fight back.
Call Sokolove Law today at (800) 995-1212 to speak with a case manager to see if we are able to assist in your claim against Disability Management Services. Or fill out the form on this page to request a free no-obligation legal consultation.