Prudential is one of the largest disability insurance providers in the United States, having been in business for over 145 years and insuring millions of claimants for long term disability. As both claim decider and claim payor, Prudential is financially incentivized to deny and terminate disability claims. See Metro. Life Ins. Co. v. Glenn, 554 U.S. 105, 115 (2008).
With over 25 years of experience securing benefits for our clients, the attorneys at Riemer Hess understand the challenges individuals face when filing, appealing, or litigating a long term disability claim with Prudential. We know it can be overwhelming to deal with insurance companies like Prudential who will look for any reason to reject your claim. Riemer Hess is dedicated to helping our clients navigate the complicated process of dealing with Prudential and providing expert legal guidance every step of the way.
Below we’ll discuss what strategies work best against Prudential when filing, appealing, or litigating a long term disability claim and how Riemer Hess can help.