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Arizona Disability Insurance Claim Denials

Arizona Disability Insurance Claim Denial Attorneys

Phoenix Own Occupation Disability Insurance Lawyers

Though private disability insurance may be costly, in many cases it is necessary for individuals to have in order to ensure continued income if an accident or incident occurs that may leave you disabled and unable to work. However, the insurers who provide these policies often bury minor details in the fine print that not everyone reads. This can result in individuals signing up for policies they do not fully understand and may lead to claim denials.

At Surrano Law Offices in Phoenix, Arizona, we are a firm that is dedicated to handling all types of disability insurance claim denial issues for clients across the state. Our firm is nationally recognized and respected as one of the leaders in bad faith matters. We constantly work to uphold this reputation and aggressively pursue cases on behalf of our disabled clients who deserve their benefits.
If your Arizona disability claim has been denied, please contact Surrano Law Offices for a consultation on your legal rights and options.

Though it may seem that insurance companies are available to help you, they are focused on their profits. Minimizing claim payments allows them to increase profits. We handle all types of disability insurance denials, including those involving:

  • Own-occupation disability insurance: Permanent or long-term disability insurance coverage for individuals from their own specific profession or pursuit
  • Any-occupation disability insurance: Permanent or long-term disability from performing any work at all, typically due to a catastrophic injury, major illness or chronic disabling condition

Contact our Arizona Disability Insurance Claim Denial Lawyers Today

Please contact our law firm to discuss your claim denial. Our attorneys handle cases throughout the state, in Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Yuma and all other communities.