This new book, by Virginia Disability Insurance attorney Ben Glass rocks the disability insurance world.
How's this for fair?
The insurance companies sell group policies that some courts have said provide little or no coverage.
Congress passes ERISA to 'protect' employees pensions but in doing so unwittingly gives the disability insurance companies a free pass to play the game on a field that is not level. Then, when claims are denied the insurance companies blame the employers for buying crappy policies.
Ben Glass exposes the scam in Robbery Without a Gun. It's free for Virginia residents! You can order it below by filling out the form below!
The book should be read by:
Any employer who thinks he/she is providing real disability coverage to the employees.
Any doctor who treats patients who are making long term disability claims.
Any claimant BEFORE they make a claim.
Your employer's group long-term disability policy may be the greatest rip-off in the history of the American employee! Unsuspecting employers have been conned into buying policies that some courts have said will only pay benefits if you are in a coma. Get my book by filling out the form above.
Ben Glass can help you if you are thinking about going out on disability, and need advice. Consults are done on an hourly basis and the fee is $500.00 per hour. You should first read Robbery Without a Gun, Why Your Employer's Long-Term Disability Policy May be a Sham. You can get the book (free to Virginia Residents) by filling out the form above.
Group long-term disability insurance polices are one of the biggest scams in America. Claims for non-payment of insurance benefits are exploding as insurance companies try to cut every bill that they can. What they save by denying you benefits for hundreds of dollars turns into millions of dollars when they do it to every claimant.
Disability insurance companies are finding that policies that they wrote years ago, promising to take care of you if you couldn't do your job, are becoming very expensive for them. We have handled, and are handling, many claims against Unum Provident, CNA, Hartford, Prudential, and many other insurance companies.
We represent claimants in disputes involving:
When Should I Get Legal Advice Regarding My Disability Claim?
Although it may sound self-serving for us to say this, you definitely need an attorney at the earliest possible time to help you with your long-term disability case. You should consult with an attorney experienced in ERISA long-term disability claims before you file a claim. Too often we are contacted by people who have filed claims and exhausted their administrative appeal rights . If you must later file suit, a court is only going to review what is in the insurance company's file. EVERY case we have in which the client has applied for benefits and done the appeal himself/herself, the record that the court reviews lacks important information and documents that could have been provided with the original claim. Remember, the insurance company KNOWS that your review in court is limited.
Do you think that the insurance company is going to fill the record with information favorable to you? We have never seen that happen!
Your attorney should be experienced in litigating disability income insurance claims and, if you insurance is through your employer, that attorney should understand how ERISA impacts the case. Ask the right questions. Attorneys cannot simply “dabble” in ERISA!
If you have been denied long term disability benefits, we will review that denial letter at no charge and suggest an appropriate course of action. We have a variety of fee programs available.
We want you to know your rights and understand the insurance company tactics.