California Long Term Disability Insurance Lawyers

Understanding your Needs and the Disability Process

The law office of Roboostoff & Kalkin provides representation to clients with claims for short and long term disability benefits. We understand how a sudden illness or disability can be devastating. The disability coverage you or your employer has paid for is designed to replace a sudden lack of income. However, obtaining those benefits can sometimes be difficult.

Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined legal experience provide and exceptional representation tailored to your specific needs. For a no-obligation free initial consultation, please contact our disability benefit attorneys to discuss your claim.

Obtaining Long Term Disability Income in California

Our ERISA disability law firm provides assistance to clients with employer provided disability insurance as well as privately purchased disability insurance policies. We offer experienced guidance, including:

Our ERISA disability law attorneys aspire to fully understand the factors causing our clients' disabilities so that we can most effectively prosecute their claims for benefits. Many of our clients have obtained  successful results because we build each case around their unique legal needs.

Focused on Clients

When you are represented by Roboostoff & Kalkin, you will work closely with experienced attorneys on your legal matters, not paralegals, assistants or other staff. We strive to ensure that you  understand the claims process by promptly answering any questions you may have.

Contact Us Today

You have nothing to lose by consulting a skilled lawyer about your disability benefits. We offer a no-obligation, free initial consultation to help guide you through the complex disability claims process. Contact our San Francisco long term disability insurance lawyers today, or call our law office at 1-877-374-7270 to get started.

The information you obtain at this site is strictly for education and not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. However, we welcome this opportunity to discuss legal representation with you.

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