Disability Claims Due to Necessary Medications
Los Angeles Disability Denial Claims Attorneys
“Diagnosis does not equal disability.” That’s something that insurance defense lawyers often say as they attempt to avoid paying a disability claim. What they mean is, just because you are diagnosed with a medical condition does not mean you are disabled. While this may be true, what they do not understand is that the disabling condition may not be the medical condition itself, but the medication taken to treat the condition.
At Donahue & Horrow, L.L.P., our lawyers help people suffering from cancer, HIV and other medical conditions that require intense medication, medication that is often more disabling than the condition itself. If you are going through this type of treatment, we can assist you with making your disability insurance claim. If your claim has already been denied, delayed or underpaid by your insurance company, we can also assist. Our lawyers help people in the Los Angeles area and throughout California with disability insurance claims.
When Medication Prevents You From Working
Chemotherapy drugs and other drugs involved in intense treatment programs can make you fatigued, nauseous, unable to focus and unable to concentrate. Essentially, they can make you unable to do your job. Our law firm features former insurance defense lawyers, so we know from firsthand experience that the insurance companies will try to avoid paying claims in these cases. We make it clear that the claim needs to be paid.
Drug Dependency Resulting From Treatment
What happens to a person who gets spinal fusion surgery and, in the process of recovering, gets addicted to painkillers? These people are frequently told by the insurance company that they are not disabled. We disagree. We are here to help people in these situations.
Experienced and Aggressive El Segundo Disability Claims Attorneys
Free, No-Obligation Consultation
We will review your disability insurance claim free of charge. If your claim has been denied, your case will be handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing and we receive nothing unless you win your case by way of settlement or verdict. Call us toll free at 877-664-5407 or e-mail us to schedule a consultation with our California medications claim denied attorneys.