Disability claims work is what we do, and we believe that the best disability lawyers should be accessible to their clients. We offer free consultations and contingency fees, so you don’t have to pay us until we win your case.

When you’re unable to work due to an illness or injury, life can seem overwhelming. The bills keep piling up, you’re faced with the stress of lost wages and mounting medical expenses, and it can be challenging to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

It’s times like these that you need an ally on your side – someone who understands your situation and will do everything they can to help make things right again. Our MetLife disability claims attorneys provide just that for our clients throughout the United States.

When you work with our firm, you’ll receive personalized service from the moment you pick up the phone to when your case is resolved. You can feel confident knowing that we’ve helped thousands of others successfully receive their benefits and are ready to do whatever it takes for you too.


  • Generating evidence of your MetLife Disability claim
  • Gathering information on your MetLife Disability claims case.
  • Organizing the information on your disability insurance claim to make it easy for you to understand
  • Preparing you for what interviews on your MetLife Disability Insurance claim will be like.
  • Interviewing you and witnesses on the Metlife disability insurance claim process.
  • Preparing you for your MetLife Disability Insurance claim hearing.
  • Negotiating with the disability insurance company representative to agree on the settlement of your case.
  • They represent you in front of a federal administrative law judge if the disability insurance companies do not accept our agreed settlement offer.

Attorney-client privilege is one of the oldest recognized legal privileges for confidential communications. In its most basic form, the attorney-client privilege is the right of a client to refuse to disclose and to prevent any other person from disclosing confidential communications between the client and their attorney. It includes all forms of advice an attorney gives on a legal matter, be it civil or criminal.

The right to the confidentiality of communications with one’s attorney is deemed so necessary that it has been codified in federal law.

Attorney-client privilege may be waived, either explicitly or implicitly. For example, if an attorney-client communication is disclosed to a third party, the privilege is generally considered waived. Consent by the client to such disclosure will also waive the privilege. Also, disclosing privileged information to a third party waives that particular privilege as to that communication only.


In summary, call us today for a free consultation if you or a loved one is unable to work due to an illness or injury and has been denied benefits from MetLife insurance. Our qualified team of MetLife disability claims attorneys is waiting to hear your story and will do everything they can to help get you the benefits that you deserve.

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