Please read on, then contact one of our experienced long term disability insurance attorneys to learn if you can get long term disability benefits after an electrical accident.
How do electrical accidents occur?
Electrocutions can happen anywhere that there is an electrical current, be it a construction site, warehouse or office setting. The most common causes are as follows:
- Improperly discarded extension cords
- Exposed wires
- Fallen telephone lines
- Electrical outlets placed in unsafe locations
- Shorts in electrical appliances due to manufacturing defects
- Commercial equipment malfunctioning
Can you qualify for long term disability benefits after an electrical accident?
Generally speaking, yes, you may qualify for long term disability benefits after you have been electrocuted, so long as it transpired while you were on the job. These types of injuries can lead to permanent, debilitating injuries to every part of your body, such as the following:
- Nervous system
Additionally, contact with an electrical current may lead to the following conditions:
- Heart attacks
If any of these injuries and/or conditions prevent you from performing the functions of your job, or any other job, then you will most likely qualify for long term disability benefits. However, you should always check with your insurance policy first before filing a claim. Even if you do qualify, some difficulties may arise for one reason or another, in which case you should reach out to our skilled national long term disability law firm today to discuss the particulars of your case and how we can help tailor a strategy going forward.
How can a long term disability insurance attorney help you after an electrical accident?
As alluded to above, insurance companies would prefer for you to continually pay into their policies without ever collecting from them. That being said, they and their investigative teams will try to find ways to have you disqualified from receiving benefits, even when you otherwise qualify. A seasoned LTD benefits attorney from a respected nationwide firm will stand up for your rights and help you prove your case through your medical records, police reports from the incident, statements from witnesses, photos and videos. With the assistance of our firm, chances are your case will be like most others, meaning you may never have to step foot in a courtroom. Please give us a call today, so we can put our experience to work for you.
Contact our experienced nationwide firm
If you or someone you know is looking to receive long term disability benefits and needs the help of an experienced attorney, speak with our nationwide LTD attorneys today. Our firm has significant experience helping people just like you obtain or defend their long term disability benefits. Contact Walker & Hern for a free consultation.