Disability for Lawyers

Our team of lawyers, paralegals, and support staff, along with the best consultants and experts nationally available, has the knowledge and experience in representing lawyers in their claims for individual disability and long-term disability insurance benefits.

We understand each client and each claim is unique, we handle each client on an individual basis. We spend the time necessary to know and understand the uniqueness of your practice, and the impact your disabling medical condition has on your life and your practice.

Common Disabilities Affecting Lawyers

Lawyers often suffer from musculoskeletal, back, cardiovascular, psychological, physical, mobility and ambulatory injuries, vision and hearing loss, mental health, chronic disease, immune deficiency and substance abuse issues. Lawyers need to perform your work duties representing your clients at the highest level of executive function. Lawyers most often work in high stress situations that compromise your physical and mental well-being, which can impair your performance of those duties. In addition, a host of mental/nervous conditions, addiction, and a multitude of physiological conditions can negatively impact or totally prevent your ability to effectively perform your duties and legal services to your clients. It is important for lawyers to recognize when your own medical conditions begin to negatively affect your performance at work, resulting in a loss of income.

How Seltzer & Associates Can Help You

Through the experience and knowledge we have acquired in representing hundreds of claims over the years, we understand the relationship between your practice, your disability insurance contract, and your disabling medical condition. Our team will assist you in obtaining all the disability benefits to which you are entitled under your policies.

We help you focus on restoring your health and the other major issues you encounter as a result of being disabled, while we take care of the financial burden one suffers as a result of disability. Contact us at 888-699-4222 to speak with one of our attorneys today.