Multiple Sclerosis Claims Lawyer
Skillful Lawyers Helping Clients With Multiple Sclerosis Claims Attorney in California and Nationwide
Assisting Clients With Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Disability Insurance Claims
When you are disabled, cannot work, and are struggling with the hardships associated with getting benefits — you need an experienced attorney standing by your side. Having legal counsel will make it possible for you to focus on medical treatment and your well-being, versus trying to battle with the insurance company.
At Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, we will advocate for your interests. We have been helping clients in San Francisco, northern California and statewide. Our firm is entirely focused in the area of disability insurance law. Over the years, we have obtained many multimillion-dollar settlements for clients and work diligently on their behalf to reach a positive result.
Multiple Sclerosis Disability Lawyers
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the axons between the brain and the spine are damaged, leading to scarring and causing painful symptoms. Some of the symptoms of MS include overwhelming and unpredictable fatigue, muscle spasms, difficulty with speech, difficulties with coordination, trouble balancing and many more.
Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP, will take initiative in helping you with your delayed or denied disability claim by providing assertive legal counsel. We have been successful in representing people suffering from a broad range of disabling conditions and have handled cases against multiple California disability insurance companies.
Our multiple sclerosis disability lawyers know the different deceptive strategies that insurance companies will use, like retroactively canceling a policy, rescinding coverage or citing ambiguous language in a policy. You can rely on our proven track record for your disability case.
Contact Pillsbury & Coleman, LLP
Please call our office at (415) 433-8000 or contact our attorneys by email to schedule an initial consultation. Initial consultations are free of charge.