YOUR Long Term Disability Attorney

We are located in downtown Dayton Ohio and serve the entire Miami Valley. Our office is dedicated to making sure our clients with long term disability claims get the best possible outcome relative to their case. Long term disability claims are often denied and it is baffling to those at the other end of those denials. Our job is to completely understand your case and to help you correct all of the issues that could stand in the way of approving your case. We specialize in disability claims and we can help you achieve the best possible outcome.

Dealing With Denial Of Claim

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One of the things that motivates me in my disability practice is that so many of my clients are truly discouraged when they come to me after the insurance company has denied them the benefit they thought would be there when they needed it.

They never wanted to find themselves in a position where they are no longer able to work.  They might have even paid extra money to make sure they had decent disability coverage.  But then, the company denies their claim, despite what their own doctor has told the company.  Their lives have already been turned upside down by a condition that prevents them from doing what they have always done to earn a living.  Then, while they may be at the lowest point of their life, they find themselves in a battle with a multi-national insurance corporation.  These are exactly the people who most need an attorney to help them through this process.

Mark Henry is one of the few attorneys in Dayton Ohio specializing in disability claims. Our legal practice has helped hundreds of people appeal a long term disability claim denial and recieve the benefits that they deserved and paid for. Don't accept an insurance denial without contacting our office. We should be able to help. (937) 226-1212


LONG TERM DISABILITY - DISCLAIMER

Filing for benefits under your company disability plan is usually handled through your Human Resources or Benefits office. Your primary treating physician or specialist will need to complete a form to certify that your condition prevents you from performing your regular occupation. Most company disability plans also require you to be off a certain minimum period (commonly, 6 months) prior to filing for Long Term Disability status. Many companies also offer Short Term Disability plans to provide benefits during this initial period.


If you need a 3rd party to help you navigate the claims process, feel free to call us: (937) 226-1212

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From Out Clients

Mr. Henry did a great job for me to get a claim approved by the insurance company which initially denied my claim. I would highly recommend him for any matters involving insurance claims.
Karen B.