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Working With Clients Who Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability Claims Against Insurance Companies

Have you suffered a hand or wrist injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, that is preventing you from being able to continue to work? Have you also been denied your disability claim or facing hardships because your claim is delayed? It's time to seek counsel from the experienced lawyers at Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP.

Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, is located in San Francisco, and we handle cases statewide. Our entire team is focused on handling disability insurance claims, ranging from ERISA claims to STD and LTD claims. We are on your side and will hold the insurance company accountable for providing disability benefits.

Experienced California Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Disability Lawyer For Delayed And Denied Claims

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a neurological syndrome that causes pain and numbness in the wrists. CTS is more frequent in people with work in professions that have a lot of repetitive movement or in professions where people do a significant amount of repetitive movements, such as surgeons, dentists, dental hygienists and computer programmers.

While the insurance company may disregard your injury as being minor, the reality is that this type of injury can entirely prevent an individual from working. Your insurance company may attempt to dispute the diagnosis or cite erroneous language in the policy as the reason that they are delaying or denying your claim.

We are familiar with the strategies that insurance companies use. Having knowledge of how they will approach the claim gives us insight into building an effective legal strategy to use. We have obtained many multimillion-dollar settlements for clients over the years who have suffered from a broad range of disabling conditions and will work diligently on your behalf.

Contact Our Firm To Schedule A Free Case Evaluation

To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss the details of your case, please contact the attorneys at Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, or call our office at 415-655-1549.