There are many unexpected events that happen in life. People purchase short-term disability insurance to protect themselves financially in the event of a disability or illness that prevents them from working and earning a paycheck. These insurance plans typically pay you a percentage of your salary – 40 to 65 percent – for period of time you are temporarily disabled. Excluding injuries suffered on the job, short-term disability insurance provides coverage for the time you miss because of a sickness or injury.
Unfortunately, even if you have made monthly premium payments, your insurance company could act in bad faith and deny you benefits. If you or someone you know has suffered an injury that requires benefits and have been denied by his or her insurance company, you need a professional legal representative to fight for you. Contact the Dallas short-term disability claim lawyers of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, at (713) 999-5085 to discuss your situation.
Short-term disability insurance typically pays you a percentage of your salary for a specific amount of time – anywhere from 10 to 26 weeks. Unfortunately, many people are denied benefits. Your insurance company may be acting in bad faith and it’s time to hold them responsible. If you have been denied benefits, a legal representative will help you appeal your claim and fight for benefits. If you have been denied, be sure to check the following:
To speak with a qualified attorney about your legal options, contact the Dallas and Houston short-term disability litigation lawyers of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, today at (713) 999-5085 to take the first step in fighting for the benefits you need.
See Also: Long-Term Disability Claims