My employer is self-insured and has terminated my long-term disability
benefits, even though my doctor says I am still sick. Can you help with
this type of case?
many cases, we are able to assist with a claim against an employer that
is self-insured. If you are unionized, there are special rules that
may apply that
could preclude you from retaining your own, independent counsel, and
you may have to pursue such a claim through your union. You can
certainly contact us to discuss the specifics of your case.
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