If you have developed an injury or illness that prevents you from returning to work, you are most likely now seeking long term disability benefits to help you and your family retain your standard of living until you reach retirement age. The fact of the matter is, anyone can develop a serious medical condition at any point in their lives, which is why our firm represents individuals who’ve worked in a wide array of careers, including accountants. Regardless of the type of job you had, if you are unable to work due to a medical condition, you can depend on the nationwide long term disability attorneys here at Walker & Hern to guide you through every step of the process ahead, whether it be filing your claim, appealing a denial, litigation, or settlement negotiations. Contact Walker & Hern today to discuss your situation with an experienced Accountant Long Term Disability Attorney.
Representation for Accountants
At Walker & Hern, we have handled long term disability cases for a wide variety of individuals, and many of them did not have jobs that required physical labor. Even as an accountant, there are many different types of medical conditions that can prevent you from returning to work. We offer the following services:
- Filing a claim
- Negotiating lump sum settlements
- Protecting future benefits
Medical Conditions That May Qualify for LTD Benefits
There are many medical conditions that may qualify for long term disability benefits. Some of the most common medical conditions that our firm sees that often qualify for LTD benefits are as follows:
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Neurological disorders
- Vision loss/blindness
- Hearing loss/deafness
- Autoimmune diseases
- Lyme disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
The bottom line is that if you have developed a disability that truly prevents you from returning to work, it is of paramount importance that you speak with a knowledgeable attorney here at Walker & Hern as soon as you can, for we can begin fighting for the benefits you deserve immediately. Furthermore, we operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that if we do not win, you do not pay.
Walker & Hern | Your Accountant Long Term Disability Attorney
There are few things more frightening than being unable to return to work as a result of a serious medical condition. Our firm recognizes this, which is why we are here to do everything in our power to help ensure that you receive the long term disability benefits you deserve and need. Contact Walker & Hern today so we can get started fighting for the benefits you require.