ROADMAPS TO CLAIM SUCCESS
Leaving work because of a medical disability can have a tremendous physical and emotional impact on anyone. In fact, making the transition from working in a chosen career field to total or partial disability is a major life event that often requires knowledge of disability contracts and investigative claims processes. Disability Claims Solutions, Inc. is here to help.
As a company, Disability Claims Solutions, Inc. provides insureds with resources to make better decisions concerning ERISA Group STD/LTD claims, as well as Individual Disability Income benefits and Long-Term Care. Having the opportunity to work with an expert consultant, such as Linda Nee, provides insureds with valuable procedural options to work through problematic issues in successful ways. Our focus is to resolve problems, not wrestle with conflict.
DCS, Inc. maintains excellent relationships with treating physicians and specialists who support patient disability. Insureds and claimants ultimately benefit from the teamwork of physicians, specialists, and employers, in combination with expert consultation and advice.
If you are interested in coming on board as a DCS client, or finding out more about Linda’s services available to you, please feel free to contact her using the information below.
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Initial Applications for Both ERISA and ISI Claims
Recommendations for Medical Reporting
Independent Medical Evaluations Counseling
Contract/Policy Review Audits
Objective vs. Subjective and Self-Reported Claims
Any Occupation Investigations
Residual Benefits and Return to Work Recommendations
Targeted Impairments – FMS, CFS, Lyme disease, HIV
Long-Term Care Claims
Management of Update Forms
Field Visit Preparation
Counseling for Work Hardening Programs
Linda Nee’s Blog
Where there are solutions, there are no problems.
Bad Faith Is Hard To Prove
The laws in most states imply a duty of good faith and fair dealing on behalf of the insurance company. This duty requires the disability insurer to act reasonably in the handling of claims submitted to them by insureds and claimants. Even though disability polices do...
It’s A Mess Out There
If you’ve recently tried to work through the menus, or customer service lately you know how disrupted and chaotic the claims process really is. It’s no longer an issue of “lateness” or “waiting in line”, but issues...
A Bit More Harassment
Apparently, Unum has a new strategy of phoning insureds several times to “remind” them they have paperwork due. I really don’t know what the purpose of that is since most insureds DO turn in their paperwork on time. Is this just to give their claims handlers something...
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