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If you are covered under a disability policy of insurance through Prudential, and the insurance company wrongfully denies you benefits, you may be able to eventually file a lawsuit in federal court. However, there are certain prerequisites to litigating a disability denial case in the court system. Throughout this process, it is essential that you have an experienced attorney on your side, helping you prepare the necessary documentation and representing you in the courtroom.
At the Law Offices of J. Price McNamara, our experienced legal team can assist you with filing a Prudential disability lawsuit in Texas. Please contact us online today for more information and to schedule a free case evaluation and legal consultation.
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Too much is at stake to guess about the best approach and strategy for fighting your denied insurance claim — years and years of financial security.
After spending years representing insurance companies, we don’t guess. We know their playbook and how they work behind the scenes. Using that knowledge, we’ve developed our own Clear Advantage Process for fighting claims.
It’s personally satisfying to use what I’ve learned as an insurance company insider, now for the good — helping families reverse unfair denials of insurance benefits they paid for, need and deserve.
Price McNamara began his law practice in 1990 representing insurance companies.
In 1995, Mr. McNamara founded McNamara Law Offices, where he represents people across the U.S. who are wrongfully denied long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and accidental death insurance benefits, with special focus on ERISA claims and lawsuits.
His is a member of the Louisiana and Texas Bars, with office locations by appointment only in Baton Rouge, Metairie, and Houston. He lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his wife and their three children.
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There are several prerequisites that you must complete prior to filing a lawsuit against your insurance company in the court system. First of all, if you have applied for disability benefits but your claim has been denied by Prudential, you will need to review the letter that the insurance company sends you – and find out what you need to do in order to administratively appeal that denial decision. You cannot file a lawsuit in the court system until you have exhausted all of the insurance company’s administrative appeal protocols.
For example, you may need to submit additional medical documentation along with your appeal, which shows that you are currently disabled and that your disability prevents you from working. You must also be sure to file your administrative appeal on time, in accordance with the denial letter that you received from Prudential. If you do not file your administrative appeal in a timely manner, the insurance company will deny your disability claim for a second time.
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Once you have exhausted all of the insurance company’s administrative appeal options, if you still do not have the disability benefits that you need, you have the option of filing a disability lawsuit in federal court. The federal courts are the proper venue for disability matters, most especially if your insurance policy is a federal ERISA policy that you receive through your employer.
When you file a lawsuit against your insurance company, Prudential, the insurance company becomes the defendant in the lawsuit. They will retain legal counsel to represent them during all court proceedings, and once an Answer is filed to your Complaint, the parties will engage in discovery. During this process, each side of the dispute will have an opportunity to learn about the other side’s version of the facts.
When a federal appeal goes forward in court, a federal judge is left to decide whether or not you will be able to recover disability benefits. In federal court, you’re not entitled to a trial by jury when it comes to disability appeals. An experienced attorney can assist you with all aspects of filing a Prudential disability lawsuit in Texas.
The knowledgeable attorneys at the Law Offices of J. Price McNamara handle disability benefits lawsuits in the federal court on a regular basis. Let us help you file your lawsuit against the insurance company and litigate your case in court. To schedule a free case evaluation and legal consultation with a knowledgeable attorney about filing a Prudential disability lawsuit in Texas, please contact us online today.
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