- DISABILITY CLAIM FAQ
Over 100 people rated Prudential’s disability insurance at ConsumerAffairs.com. The result – one out of five stars. I have represented countless claimants against Prudential, and agree with that one star rating. Notably, it is not possible to give a zero star rating.
A nurse from Manhasset with multiple medical conditions, including Lupus, transverse myelitis, and myelomacia, retained us after Prudential denied her application for long term disability benefits. Prudential claimed that the nurse should still be able to perform her job on a full time basis.
The claimant received her approval today for Social Security Disability (“SSD”) benefits. To qualify for the SSD benefits, not only was the claimant required to show that she was unable to perform her job as a nurse, but also that she was unable to perform any job on a full time basis.
The claimant initially contacted my office because I am a Long Island Disability Attorney; specializing in both SSD and LTD, with offices in Nassau and Suffolk counties. The claimant was looking for a Disability Attorney who could handle both her SSD and LTD claims. We are happy to be able to help her with both.Previous Next
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