Roy Law is the West Coast's leading long-term disability insurance law firm helping its clients appeal long-term disability insurance claim denials.
Roy Law helps residents throughout Ninth Circuit appeal long-term disability insurance claim denials. The Ninth Circuit has developed a unique body of law applicable to ERISA appeals and long-term disability insurance benefit disputes, and Roy Law has dedicated its practice to becoming experts in that law. The Ninth Circuit is comprised of Oregon, Washington State, Hawaii, Alaska, California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, and Montana.
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Portland OR 97205
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Lawyers for ERISA and private long-term disability insurance claim denials.
Roy Law has dedicated its practice to becoming experts on the Ninth Circuit's law interpreting ERISA which governs most Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, and Montana long-term disability insurance disputes including disability claim denials. Roy Law operates on the philosophy of putting its clients' needs first. We listen to our clients, and provide the best legal representation possible.
Roy Law's firm philosophy is to support and provide personal service to its clients. We fight large corporations and insurance companies and make a real difference in our clients' lives.
Chris Roy, the founder of Roy Law, has geared his entire firm around one practice area - long-term disability insurance disputes - and, one geographic area - the jurisdiction of Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals including Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Alaska, California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, and Montana.
Personal service, and experienced counsel. We are experts in private & ERISA long-term disability insurance disputes, and we treat our clients with the respect and attention they deserve.
Chris was born in Pendleton, Oregon, and grew up on a family farm in eastern Washington. He obtained his undergraduate degree cum laude from Gonzaga University, and his law degree from the University of Oregon.
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