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Attorneys Gregory Dell and Rachel Alters discuss the occupation of a Manager and provide tips to win your disability benefits. A manager is a broadly defined occupation depending on your industry, how many people you manage, and what physical and mental demands are required on a daily basis. Insurance companies will want to take a […]

When it comes to applying for long term disability benefits, timing questions—in particular, when to apply for benefits—tend to be the types that keep claimants up at night. At Dell & Schaefer, we’ll be the first to tell you that the answer to this question is often, “it depends.” Though most claimants can benefit from […]

Are you asking yourself the question, “Do I qualify for disability insurance benefits?”? In this round table discussion, the disability insurance attorneys at Dell & Schaefer examine the topics: what are the terms of your disability insurance policy the definition of “pre-existing condition” why medical support is so important how carriers use the fact that […]

In this video and article gain insight into the most common medical reasons for a disability insurance claim. Disability insurance attorneys Rachel Alters, Gregory Dell and Cesar Gavidia discuss the TOP 5 Common Disability Insurance Claim Conditions. For an extensive review of your disability insurance company visit Diattorney.com for more information on applying for disability […]

In this video, attorneys Gregory Dell and Stephen Jessup talk about the difficulties doctors often face when applying for disability benefits. Many doctors are hesitant to admit they have a disabling condition. They fear it may affect their ability to sell their medical practice. They are also concerned about what may happen if patients discover […]

In this video, Attorneys Gregory Dell and Victor Peña discuss trends with Disability Insurance companies. Insurers across the country seem to be getting stricter with their evaluation of claims. They are conducting more field interviews, more independent medical exams (IMEs), and using video surveillance. The goal seems to be to deny as many claims as […]

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