If you or your family member has purchased disability insurance, you expect the benefits when you need them most. Unfortunately, disability insurance companies at times unreasonably deny claims or delay the payment of benefits.

At Ryan & Associates, APLC, we are committed to helping clients obtain the full amount of benefits they are entitled to receive after suffering a disability affecting their ability to work. We are prepared to enforce clients' rights whether they have private disability insurance or employer-sponsored disability coverage.

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Attorney Greg Ryan protects clients from bad faith insurance practices. To learn more about our approach, contact Ryan & Associates, APLC to schedule a free initial consultation.

Preserving Policyholders' Rights

Some insurance companies are known to improperly deny the payment of disability insurance claims. Insurance companies hire private investigators to videotape policyholders in their daily routine. They meticulously review policyholders' medical records to find any grounds supporting denials. Insurance companies also send policyholders to the insurance company's doctors for an independent examination, which is often biased in favor of the insurance company.

Attorney Greg Ryan addresses these obstacles with a practical approach. He negotiates with claims managers based on the definition of disability. Even if a policyholder is able to perform many activities, it does not mean the individual can perform his or her job. We will clearly explain how your condition affects your ability to work in an effort to help you obtain the benefits you deserve.

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Mr. Ryan is an AV-Preeminent Rated* lawyer under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review system. He is prepared to help you overcome a denied life insurance claim based on unreasonable factors. Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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