ERISA Disability Help
ERISA* is the name of the law that governs most disability insurance plans provided by employers. This insurance is different from Social Security Disability in that it is provided by a private insurance company rather than the Social Security Administration (SSA). If you need help applying or appealing for Social Security Disability, click here.

However, if your employer has additional disability insurance (commonly referred to as "Long Term Disability") other than Social Security, and you would like to file your first disability claim, want to appeal a denial of your long term disability claim, want to appeal a termination of your long term disability benefits, or want to file a lawsuit against your disability insurance company, please submit the form below for a NO COST evaluation. One of our professional advocates or attorneys will review your application immediately.

The help of an advocate or attorney can significantly improve your chances of getting approval - get you approved more quickly - and increase the amount of benefits you are awarded!

Privacy & Security Notice: Your information is secure & confidential. After completing this form our automated matching system will connect you with a member advocate or attorney representing your area who will contact you by phone, email or both. Your information will only be shared with this advocate or attorney so that they can provide you with your free case evaluation and will not be distributed to multiple parties. The help of an attorney or advocate may improve your chance of approval, expedite your claim and potentially increase your awarded benefit amount.

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