long-term disability benefits

During the week of July 13, 2009, Attorney Gregory Dell spent several days in Portland, Oregon deposing multiple employees of The Standard Disability Insurance Company. Prior to taking the depositions, The Standard refused to make their employees available for deposition and instructed their attorney to file a motion preventing Attorney Gregory Dell from taking the depositions.
Continue Reading Attorneys Dell & Schaefer Win Motion Against The Standard Disability Insurance Company

Since late 2004, our client, Sumiko Besser has been battling Prudential Insurance Company in an effort to secure her long-term disability benefits. Prudential currently owes her in excess of $900,000 in unpaid long-term disability benefits. Our client became disabled on May 10, 2004, as a result of chronic neck pain caused by multi-level degenerative disk disease.
Continue Reading Attorneys Dell & Schaefer Wins Case Against Prudential Insurance Company Of America On Behalf Of Time-Share Salesperson Suffering From Cervical Disc Disease

Robert Stanford was a nurse anesthetist in a hospital in South Carolina. In his position, he was exposed to and responsible for administering anesthesia and narcotics to surgical and obstetric patients. Shortly after starting work, he began taking Fentanyl, a powerful narcotic. By September of 2003 he had become addicted to the drug, and entered rehabilitation the following month.
Continue Reading Nurse Anesthetist Denied Long-Term Disability Benefits For Drug Addiction By Continental Casualty Loses At Trial And On Appeal

Our client was a top selling account manger in the advertising department of one of the country’s largest companies, in one of the company’s most demanding regional markets.
Continue Reading Liberty Mutual Reverses Denial Of Short-Term Disability Benefits And Approves Long-Term Disability Benefits For Advertising Account Manager