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Tackling Insurance Companies That Deny Depression Claims

Depression is a mental illness affecting more than 15 million American adults. Severe depression can occur when sadness and similar feelings are so overwhelming that they interfere with daily life and normal functioning. Depression is a serious illness that should be diagnosed and treated by a medical professional.

Because the symptoms of depression are often overwhelming, people who suffer from this mental illness often find themselves disabled and unable to work. If a doctor has diagnosed you with depression and your symptoms prevent you from performing the duties of your job, you may be entitled to long-term disability benefits. But if you have been denied these benefits, the lawyers at McKennon Law Group PC in Newport Beach, California, are prepared to represent you.

Fighting For Your Disability Benefits

Skilled, knowledgeable, experienced and aggressive, our attorneys will help you secure the long-term or short-term disability benefits that you were wrongfully denied. Our attorneys are attentive and thorough.

If your short-term disability insurance or long-term disability insurance was provided by your employer, it is likely governed by a federal law called ERISA. In this case, the insurance company could be made to pay your attorneys’ fees, allowing you to keep all or most of your disability insurance benefits. Do not let an insurance company bully you. When you retain us, we will fight for you at every step to secure your disability benefits.

An Understanding Attorney Ready To Help

Depression can paralyze you, affecting every facet of your life. If you are unable to work and have been denied disability claims for depression, McKennon Law Group PC in Newport Beach, California, has the experience to help. We will do our best to get insurance companies to change their decision. We offer free initial consultations, so please contact us via this online form or call 1-800-682-4137.