Dallas & Houston ERISA Claims Attorneys
People, whether individuals or families, purchase health insurance to protect against unexpected illnesses or accidents. We represent clients whose insurance companies have failed or refused to pay claims arising out of Health, Disability, including Long-Term Disability and Short-Term Disability claims.
My wife and I thought we were heading into a complicated legal odyssey with a destroyed commercial property until we hired Bill Kendall. His sustained focus and hard work was so effective that we had a great settlement within hours of the first deposition.F. Jones - Multi-Family Property Claim (Dallas, TX)
Our large hotel was severely damaged by hail. After significant delays by the insurance company, our claim was denied. We hired Bill Kendall and Grisham & Kendall soon after. Through Bill’s efforts during our lawsuit, we were able to reach a favorable settlement close to trial. We would certainly recommend Grisham & Kendall, PLLC to any property owner whose insurance company isn’t treating them fairly.D. Patel - Hotel Hail Claim
It is essential first to determine and understand whether your health or life insurance claim is subject to ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act) which is generally secured through an employer-based plan or obtained independently from a private insurance carrier. If a person’s health, short term disability, long term disability, or life insurance is provided through a private employer, any future claims are typically subject to federal law. Remedies in these type cases may be limited.
The Dallas and Houston ERISA claims attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC can help you with your health insurance claims against the carrier. If you have any questions regarding the handling of your insurance claim by your insurance company, call us at (713) 999-5085 or toll free at the number above. You will not be charged for the initial consultation. Most of our cases are handled on a contingency basis in which the firm fronts all expenses so that our clients are generally not responsible for expenses unless and until the case is settled or otherwise resolved in the client’s favor.