Specialized Legal Advocacy for Your Long Term Disability Claim
No one wants to be disabled. We would all prefer to be healthy, productive and earning an income. Illness or injury can take away that choice. When poor health prevents us from working, suddenly we face both a health crisis and a financial crisis. If you have been paying premiums for long-term disability insurance, you certainly expect your insurance company to do what you paid them to do to protect you and your family in that time of crisis. This is true whether you are a doctor, lawyer, accountant, engineer or any other hard working employee. Sadly, insurance companies all too often make a bad situation worse. Every claim an insurance company pays takes a bite out of its profits. Your insurer has a legal duty to pay your valid claim, and you have a right to the benefits for which you have contracted.
The attorneys at the Atlanta law firm of Robinson & Warncke, LLP, are committed to seeing that insurance companies play fairly and live up to their contractual obligations. We will ensure that the claim investigation is handled promptly and fairly, giving you and your doctors the benefit of the doubt. When insurance companies refuse to pay valid claims, having expert legal representation can make all the difference. Our job is to get you the insurance benefits that will help lessen the financial impact of a serious illness, injury, or disabling condition.
The sooner you call us, the better. As soon as you realize that your disability has made it impossible to keep working, you should call us for advice on how to make your application for benefits successful. If your insurance company has denied your claim, call us immediately for a free telephone interview to learn how we can help the deadlines for taking action on a denial are much shorter than people realize. If you've already been denied, have us examine your file for completeness, represent you in your administrative appeal, or, if necessary, file a lawsuit on your behalf.
Strict deadlines apply, so call us today to avoid losing your right to fight for your benefits: (404) 596 5580
3490 Piedmont Rd, NE, Suite 1200
Atlanta GA 30305
We are selective in the cases we accept. By limiting the number of clients we serve, we are able to give each client the focused, personal attention of a senior attorney. We like getting to know our clients as people. Having a senior attorney in your corner dramatically improves the likelihood of a favorable outcome. Our intensive knowledge of the history, tactics, and culture of the insurance industry and its major players is something that we have worked hard to obtain over many years. We not only know insurance law, but we have also helped create insurance law helpful to consumers and holding insurance companies accountable. If we agree to take your case, we are making a commitment to invest the time, labor, and resources necessary to get your claim paid. The Atlanta disability law firm of Robinson & Warncke is the number one choice when you are fighting a large insurance company. The sooner you call us, the better. As soon as you realize that your disability has made it impossible to keep working, you should call us for advice on how to make your application for benefits successful. If your insurance company has denied your claim, call us immediately for a free telephone interview to learn how we can help the deadlines for taking action on a denial are much shorter than people realize. If you've already been denied, have us examine your file for completeness, represent you in your administrative appeal, or, if necessary, file a lawsuit on your behalf.
Mr. Robinson has been rated "AV Preeminent" by his peers as published in Martindale.com and Lawyers.com. He graduated with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1991, where he was accepted onto the editorial board of the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. Mr. Robinson obtained his bachelor degree in economics from Clemson University in 1988, also with honors, where he was a member of the Calhoun College honor society and was an Edgar A. Brown merit scholar.
Mr.Robinson has over 22 years of litigation and trial experience, including litigation in all federal districts in Georgia and in other states. He has tried numerous cases in state and federal courts and has successfully argued multiple appellate decisions. In 2004, Mr. Robinson began dedicating a greater portion of his law practice to representing policyholders and employees in their pursuit of benefit claims against insurance carriers under disability, life and accidental death and dismemberment policies and employee benefit plans. Since that time, he has developed a detailed understanding of the federal ERISA statutes, regulations and procedures that apply to these claims. Mr. Robinson has spoken to other lawyers in continuing legal education seminars regarding disability insurance law and tactics for successfully prosecuting these claims. His diverse jury trial experience continues to assist him in representing policyholders in claims under private disability and life insurance claims that allow for jury trials and recovery of bad faith damages in addition to benefits.
In addition to insurance benefit litigation, Mr. Robinson continues to handle a select number of cases involving individuals who have been seriously injured or disabled due to the negligence or reckless acts of others, wrongful death cases, fraud and breach of contract litigation.
Mr. Robinson is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (the co-chairman of the Employee Benefits Section), the Atlanta Bar Association, and the Georgia Trial Lawyers' Association. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts located in Georgia, including the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.
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