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Do you need help obtaining insurance or employee benefits, such as short or long term disability, health care, life insurance, or accidental death benefits? ERISA lawyer Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire, would like the opportunity to assist you.
You were promised these benefits and you counted on that promise. You may have paid a hefty premium to make sure they were available when you needed them. Now that day has come, and you find your benefits delayed or denied.
When you are coping with illness, disability, or death of a loved one, battling an insurance company is a draining and unwanted distraction. Let a trusted ERISA lawyer shoulder the burden. Attorney Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire, has spent more than 20 years helping clients get the benefits they need and are entitled to.
Helping Clients Secure Long Term Disability Benefits
Mr. Feigenbaum concentrates in ERISA law. ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income and Security Act) is the federal law that governs most private sector employer provided benefits. As a Boston disability attorney, Mr. Feigenbaum has helped many clients file successful ERISA long term disability insurance claims. He can help you secure benefits under your non-ERISA individual long term disability insurance policy. Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esquire, has represented individuals in claims with all of the major long term disability insurance companies, including: Unum Group; Paul Revere; Provident; Colonial; New York Life; Hartford; Metlife; Standard Insurance; Cigna; Life Insurance Company of North America; Lincoln Financial; Jefferson Pilot; Reliance Standard; Aetna; Assurant; Chartis; National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh; Northwestern; Fortis; Guardian; Berkshire; Cuna Mutual; Genworth; Prudential; Liberty; Sun Life; Monarch; Mutual of Omaha; MassMutual; Disability Management Services; Equitable; Massachusetts Casualty; Centre Life Insurance; Zurich; Trustmark; US Life; Reassure America; Principal; State Farm; Swiss Re; Great West and others.
Mr. Feigenbaum can help you file a strong claim backed by evidence to increase the chances that your claim will be approved. As an ERISA lawyer, he understands why claims are denied and knows how to move them forward to approval.
You can get a claim evaluation before you submit your claim or after your claim has been denied. Mr. Feigenbaum will examine your claim and help you make it more persuasive. For example, he may advise you to get an in-depth report from your doctor or a vocational specialist, as well as detailed statements or video interviews from your family members and co-workers describing your disability.
If your claim is denied, Mr. Feigenbaum can prepare an appeal to the insurance company or file a lawsuit. He has handled long-term disability litigation in state and federal courts and has helped many clients appeal a denied disability claim.
Handling Other Claim Denials and Insurance Benefits
Whether an insurance company, employer, union, or other ERISA governed plan has denied your insurance claim, Mr. Feigenbaum can help you with:
- Short term disability benefits
- Life insurance claims
- Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
- Long term care insurance
- Credit disability insurance
- Health care benefits
If you are a personal injury lawyer or a consumer attorney evaluating a reimbursement or subrogation claim made by a health insurance company or self funded plan, he can help you. Although Mr. Feigenbaum primarily represents individuals, sometimes he advocates on behalf of businesses in insurance policyholder disputes.
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