Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability Claims

Effective representation for your short term disability or long term disability claim.

Long and Short Term Disability Lawyer Dayton, Ohio - Mark Henry

Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability Claims

Mark Henry provides his clients with effective representation in short term disability and long term disability cases.  If the coverage is provided by a private insurance company under an employee benefit plan, the claim will be governed by the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”). [More information about ERISA disability claims]  Mark strongly encourages his clients to explore the advantages of having legal representation while their denied disability claim is still in the internal appeal and review process.

 

Public Employee Disability Claims

Ohio’s public employees are protected by disability plans which are administered through their retirement systems—including the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS), the School Employee Retirement System (SERS), the School Teachers Retirement System (STRS).  These claims require specific medical evidence to address the requirements which must be met for those systems to award disability benefits.  Mark Henry can help you and your doctors package your claim from start to finish in order to present the best possible case for approval.

For more information on how the Mark Henry law office can help you with your disability claim, Contact Dayton Disability Attorney Mark Henry directly.

Contact Information

Contact Mark directly to discuss your
case, either via email or at his
downtown Dayton, Ohio office.

130 W. Second St.
Suite 1818
Dayton, OH 45402

Phone: (937) 226-1212

Fax: (937) 226-1224

Email: info@rmarkhenry.com

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About Mark Henry

Mark Henry began his legal career in 1993 at one of Ohio's largest law firms before striking out on his own to build a solo civil litigation practice emphasizing ERISA disability claims, consumer and insurance issues, and personal injury. Read More...