It’s no secret that essential employees such as the physicians and other medical professionals we represent at Seltzer & Associates face a disproportionate risk of contracting COVID-19 during the pandemic just by performing their principal job duties.
As the economy reopens, many lawyers, professionals, and executives will stop working from home and head back into the office. In light of the fact that, to date, there is no cure for COVID-19, there is a very real possibility of becoming sick from the virus, which raises questions about disability insurance coverage.
Seltzer & Associates is accepting coronavirus-related disability claims. Contact a Philadelphia disability insurance attorney at our firm for a free consultation if you are unable to return to work or find yourself struggling with your job duties as the result of the coronavirus.
Frontline Workers Can Develop or Exacerbate Disabling Mental and Physical Conditions
Frontline health care workers and others can develop or exacerbate existing mental and/or physical conditions by performing essential job duties during the pandemic. Some of the illnesses that could be complicated by the pandemic and qualify for long-term disability insurance, include:
- Drug Addiction
- Alcohol Addiction
- Multiple Sclerosis
Every Philadelphia disability insurance attorney at Seltzer & Associates understands how the coronavirus has the potential to affect your livelihood, physical health, mental health, and overall ability to perform your principal occupational duties. If you’re questioning whether or not your disability insurance coverage applies to your specific situation, or if you’re facing a claim denial, reach out to our disability insurance legal team.
Contact a Philadelphia Disability Insurance Attorney
Seltzer & Associates is accepting coronavirus-related disability claims from medical professionals across the country. We specialize in helping physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurse anesthetists, chiropractors, medical professionals, executives, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals who may be considered essential employees during the coronavirus outbreak with their disability insurance claims.
Our law firm is 100% operational, working normal business hours, and available to review your COVID-19-related disability insurance claim remotely. Our focus is on you and helping you get the financial resources you need so you can focus on your health.
If you have questions about your COVID-19 disability insurance claim, or your claim has been denied, contact a Philadelphia disability insurance attorney at our firm to get started with a free claim evaluation.