The answer to this question varies because every Hartford appeal that we prepare for our clients are custom. Through our review of thousands of Hartford claim denials we know exactly what they require in order to give our clients the best chance to have a claim denial reversed. Almost every Hartford disability denial is governed by the Employee Retirement Income Act (ERISA). ERISA is a horrible law and in the videos below you can learn more about why ERISA is unfair for claimants and a pro insurance company law. 

The strategy for your ERISA appeal will depend on the quality of the review conducted by Hartford and the medical support for your disabling medical condition(s). If you contact us and send us your denial letter, we can review it right away and let you know if it is the type of denial that we think we could help you with. We will discuss the pros and cons you will face during the appeal. We don’t charge you any legal fees or costs unless we are able to recover benefits for you. Our average appeal submission is comprised of several hundred pages of supporting documentation and we draft our Hartford appeals very carefully in order to have a chance to prevail if an ERISA lawsuit is necessary. A successful appeal requires a coordinated effort with your doctors, employer, family, friends, co-workers, and medical and vocational experts if needed.

In the videos below we provide tips for filing a Hartford appeal, discuss our Hartford appeal experience and videos about the unfair law of ERISA.

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