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Disability Claim Lawyer Protecting Your Rights Under Erisa

After being injured in an accident, or suffering an illness that prevents you from earning a living, you have rights under the ERISA Act and other administrative laws that you must protect. It is unfortunate that so many people lose their rights to collect money benefits they are entitled to, simply because of missing the statute of limitations, or failing to follow through on a denied SSDI claim. You have legal rights to receive benefits, and the attorneys at the disability law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC, are ready to help you protect them.

Contact our attorneys to start protecting your disability claims rights

Bring your disability claim to us. We will explain your rights under the law and help you determine the best way to move forward with a successful claim. If you are involved in a dispute over a pension disability benefit you are owed, our ERISA litigation lawyers have the in-depth knowledge and extensive experience you need for a quick resolution, either through negotiations or in court.

What are your legal rights under disability claims law?

If you are retired and collecting a pension benefit, you may be able to collect differential benefits for injuries or disabilities you sustained during your work years. A qualified disability claim lawyer can help you with the screening process. Filing in a timely manner is important to protect your rights to collect under the laws of the ERISA Act and Social Security. If you have been denied a Social Security Disability Insurance Claim, for example, you have only sixty days to file for an appeal. You may also be able to combine your benefits if you are entitled to worker’s compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries.

Under current law governing supplemental security income payments, you have the right to:

  • Retain a paid attorney to help file your claim and accompany you to hearings
  • Request copies of the information that is in your records
  • Receive a determination letter about the findings of the department
  • You have the right to appeal a denied claim
  • If English is not your primary language, you have the right to a free interpreter.

Learn more about claims law at our Social Security Disability practice center

The rights you have under disability benefits laws can become complex, particularly when more than one government or private insurance agency is involved. We are ready to help you understand and protect your rights. We know that you are counting on your disability benefits. We make a difference in people’s lives.

Contact us to discuss you rights and ways we can help file a successful claim.