There is nothing worse than sustaining an injury or developing an illness that prematurely prevents you from returning to work. As you may know, anyone can develop a serious medical condition, regardless of habits, lifestyle, or profession, and if you are an administrative assistant who now finds yourself in this situation, there is a very good chance that you are currently seeking long term disability benefits to help you and your family attain the peace of mind you deserve and need, knowing your finances will be taken care of in the absence of your regular working paycheck. Administrative assistants throughout the country can depend on an experienced Administrative Assistant Long Term Disability Attorney here at Walker & Hern to represent their best interests through every step of the process ahead. Contact us to learn more about what we can do for you.
Representation for Administrative Assistants
Walker & Hern has handled countless long term disability cases for decades. We have seen individuals in virtually every profession who require long term disability benefits, including administrative assistants, and you have our firm that we will do everything we can to obtain the benefits you deserve. Our firm can help you with the following:
- Filing a claim
- Negotiating lump sum settlements
- Protecting your 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, you should strongly consider speaking with the seasoned LTD attorneys here at Walker & Hern at once, as you will not find a team of attorneys who cares more about your right to move on with your life.
If We Do Not Win, You Do Not Pay
If our firm does not win on your behalf, you will not pay. This is because we operate on a contingency-fee-basis.
Contact Walker & Hern | Your Administrative Assistant Long Term Disability Attorney
If you are an administrative assistant who can no longer return to work due to a disabling injury or medical condition, you can turn to us. Contact Walker & Hern today so we can get started fighting for the benefits you require.