Pennsylvania Long-Term Disability (ERISA) Attorney

Long Term Disability Defense Attorneys in Pennsylvania

Suffering an unexpected tragedy or long-term illness that leaves you disabled can be stressful on a number of levels. While you or your close family member should be focusing on healing, more times than not a person is left trying to sort through and pay medical bills, make arrangements with their employer to salvage their job, and on the phone with the insurance company trying to figure out why one procedure or another wasn’t covered.

You shouldn’t have to face these issues alone. A Long Term Disability attorney with Young, Marr and Associates can take the load off your shoulders – so you can continue to focus on what’s really important – your health.

If you’re planning to file for Long Term Disability (LTD) benefits, it’s crucial to the success of your claim that you have an experienced attorney on your side. While LTD benefits are designed to help people who are unable to return to work due to a debilitating circumstance, it’s not always a cut and dry process.

An LTD attorney at Young, Marr and Associates will help you to understand the process, gather evidence to support your claim, file the necessary (and often time-sensitive) paperwork and if necessary, appeal a claim if you’ve been denied benefits.

We have decades of experience working with Long Term Disability clients in Pennsylvania – and more importantly – we have an 80% success rate doing so, well above the industry standard.

If you’re looking to file a claim for benefits due to an accident or illness, your claim has been denied or wrongfully terminated, or you need advice on recovering benefits for yourself or a close family member, let Young, Marr and Associates help you.

What is Long Term Disability coverage?

Disability insurance is a benefit generally found in an employer’s benefits package. Long term disability insurance covers a portion of an employee’s income, normally about 50%-70%, if the employee is injured or becomes seriously ill and cannot work – usually kicking in after a short term disability policy runs out. On average, short term policies end about 26 weeks after an eligible event. It’s also important to note that if you’re hurt off the job, worker’s compensation does not cover you, which is why long term disability coverage is so crucial. Depending on the company’s plan, long term coverage could be paid in full by you, the employer or the cost could be divided between you and the company.

When to call us:

  • If you’ve been injured or ill for an extended amount of time and are preparing to apply for Long Term Disability benefits
  • If your claim for Long Term Disability benefits was denied
  • If your Long Term Disability benefits have been wrongfully terminated
  • If you have any questions regarding your employee/coverage rights

Call Young, Marr and Associates now and let us focus on getting you the benefits you deserve, so you can focus on your health. We have more than 25 years’ experience and we will ensure you get the best possible outcome in your case.