Here at Walker & Hern, we have tremendous respect for our nation’s physician assistants. Being one isn’t easy, and often, it is a rather thankless job. Unfortunately, regardless of where you work or your profession, a time can come where you find yourself unable to return to work because of a serious medical condition or disability. If you find that this has happened to you, you need to speak with our competent long term disability insurance attorneys to learn more about LTD benefits and how we can help you receive them. We serve clients who work in all professions, including physician assistants. Contact Walker & Hern today to learn more about the LTD benefits that may be available to you and how an experienced Physician Assistant Long Term Disability Attorney can help you collect them.
Representation for Physician Assistants
We know that when someone finds themselves in a position where they are unable to collect a regular paycheck, a lot hangs in the balance. People have families to feed, and enduring a serious medical condition or disability can be taxing enough. This is why long term disability benefits are available to many of those who find themselves in these situations. However, you should understand that insurance companies often do not hand out these benefits without first putting up a fight, which is why if you need them, you can’t afford to proceed without an attorney who has significant experience handling LTD claims and proving their clients need these benefits to move on with their lives. Our firm proudly guides our clients through each phase of the long term disability process, including:
- Filing a claim
- Negotiating lump sum settlements
- Protecting your future benefits
Lump-Sum Vs. Monthly Long Term Disability Benefits
As long as our legal team can prove that you truly require long term disability benefits via medical documentation, doctor’s notes, and more, you should receive the benefits you need. You will either receive one lump-sum insurance payment or monthly disability payments. A lump-sum payout is one large payout, while monthly payments are smaller, albeit regular disability payments.
Contact Physician Assistant Long Term Disability Attorney
No one should have to fight the uphill battle of obtaining the benefits they need while fighting their medical condition, which is why it is very important that you speak with a knowledgeable attorney here at Walker & Hern as soon as you can. Contact Walker & Hern today to schedule your free initial consultation with our competent legal team. We are on your side.