Claimant awarded long-term disability benefits
A chemical operator was awarded long-term disability benefits in a lawsuit against The Hartford insurance company. The claimant was granted short-term disability benefits in 2003, but after the Social Security Administration determined he was unfit to return to work in any occupation, The Hartford refused to pay long-term disability benefits. The chemical operator filed suit, which ruled in his favor and ordered The Hartford to pay the long-term disability benefits owed to the claimant.
If you suffer from pain or disability that prevent you from working, you may be entitled to long-term disability benefits under your health insurance plan. However, sometimes an insurance company will fail to pay out a claim that is rightfully owed.
For sound legal advice and assistance on how we can help you recover the disability compensation that you deserve, contact the Indiana long-term disability lawyers at the Hankey Law Office, today by calling (800) 520-3633.