Has your disability claim been unfairly denied or delayed?

Our insurance bad faith lawyers may be able to help.

Disability Claims Denied – San Francisco

Often, insurance companies will act in their own best interests before considering the needs of their policyholders. In fact, most often, an initial claim for disability benefits will be denied. Individuals must then struggle through a potentially lengthy and costly appeals process. With our experienced lawyers on your side, it is possible to guide you through this process toward a successful resolution.

At Donahue & Horrow LLP, our disability claims attorneys have more than 50 combined years of experience providing skilled legal representation to people who are fighting to receive the disability benefits they are owed. By allowing us to complete a thorough investigation of your claim and how it was handled, we might uncover evidence that your insurance carrier has acted in bad faith. Essentially, this means that the insurance company denied or delayed the payment of your benefits without proper investigation or consideration. If this has happened, it might be possible to recover compensation through an insurance bad faith lawsuit.

Unlike claims adjustors, our attorneys will fight on your behalf to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve.

Accident, Injury and Illness Disability Claims

Our attorneys take cases in the Bay Area and throughout Northern California communities including San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento, and Hayward. If you are struggling through a disabling condition or illness, including any of the following, call us today to schedule your free consultation. There is no fee unless we collected for you.

Contact a San Francisco Denied Disability Claims Attorney Today for Your Free Consultation

All cases are taken 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 free consultation to discuss your case.